24.05.2014 - News

In tigers in a zoo in San Diego new home

Safari Park in San Diego opens new territory for living tigers.


In the zoo, Sumatran tigers living 6 – 16-year-old Delta and 10-year-old Teddy and their four tiger. Teddy was brought to the zoo this year in February with the Children’s Zoo Fort Wayne to India for their new park administration decided to create a separate area for living, a total area of ​​2 hectares.

Sumatran tigers are now on the verge of extinction. In the world there are not more than 400 individuals of this species. Under the zoo born tiger 25.

The zoo trying to create the most comfortable conditions for living animals. Cubs left with the mother until the age of two years, as it would in the wild.

The opening will be held today, May 24. The park entrance for adults is $46 per day for children aged 3 to 11 years – $36.

Author: Anastasiia Trepyton
Source: 
latimes.com