Tiger adjusting well to her new home

Tiger adjusting well to her new home

Published Wednesday December 2nd, 2009

Nyla, a two-year-old Siberian tiger formerly known as Coco, seems very interested in who is outside her enclosure at the Cherry Brook Zoo. Nyla came to the zoo in June to replace Baikal, a male tiger who went to Winnipeg as part of an international breeding project. Zookeepers Shyanne Polley and Sarah Levine say Nyla is ‘doing great,’ and has ‘adapted well’ to her routine of eating and having her territory cleaned.

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