7 rare white wild cats born at Poland zoo

2016-09-22 16:21
One of the rare, four-day-old white lion cubs born at the private Zoo Safari in Borysew, Poland. (Czarek Sokolowski, AP)

One of the rare, four-day-old white lion cubs born at the private Zoo Safari in Borysew, Poland. (Czarek Sokolowski, AP)

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Borysew - Seven rare white wild cats - four lions and three tigers - have been born in the past week in a private zoo in central Poland.

The lions were born on Sunday at the Zoo Safari in Borysew and are doing well under the care of their mother, 5-year-old Azira. They are the fourth litter for Azira and 7-year-old Sahim. There are at most only a few hundred white lions in the world.

Head of the zoo Andrzej Pabich said the genders of the cubs was unknown because keepers have not touched them yet.

On Thursday, a white tiger also gave birth at the zoo, and Pabich believes there are three cubs.

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