(ECNS) -- Three South China tiger cubs Aoao, Lili, and Geigei celebrated their 100-day birthday at Hangzhou Safari Park in Zhejiang Province recently.
This is the second triplets born to Ma Er, a South China tiger mother, after she successfully gave birth to triplets in 2018.
South China tigers are listed as one of China's top 10 endangered animals, along with the giant panda, though with an even sparser population.
It's even more rare to breed South China tiger triplets and see them all survive.
The three female cubs are under the 24-hour care of tiger keepers and monitored by regular physical examinations.