Tiger cubs get new home at the zoo

Tiger cubs get new home at the zoo

February 3, 2009 – 9:39 PM
THE GAZETTE

Amur tiger cubs Zoya and Grom have been moved into the big tiger yard at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, where they will make their permanent home.

Zoya, a 90 pound, 7-month-old female, was born at the zoo as part of a breeding recommendation from the Amur tiger Species Survival Plan. Grom, a 133-pound 8-month-old male, was born at the Pittsburgh Zoo and moved to Colorado Springs three weeks ago to be Zoya’s companion.

http://www.gazette.com/articles/zoo_47411___article.html/moved_zoya.html

https://bigcatrescue.org

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