The San Diego Zoo Safari Park has 9 Sumatran tigers who are part of a breeding program dedicated to the survival of the species. You can help endangered Sumatran tigers by avoiding products made with unsustainable palm oil or endangered wildlife. Learn more here.
Bzui doesn’t know that she is a critically endangered Malayan tiger. She has no idea how gorgeous she is. She’s got no clue how important her precious daughter Beresi is to the survival of her species. No, Bzui just knows she wants to SIT DOWN, RELAX, and ENJOY HER ENRICHMENT IN PEACE FOR ONCE.
The rambunctious Sumatran and Bengal tiger cubs being cared for by the animal care staff at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are growing and thriving. The younger of the two male cubs, a Bengal tiger, now weighs 15.6 pounds; and his Sumatran tiger companion weighs 19.1 pounds. As they continue to grow, the Bengal tiger will eventually outweigh the Sumatran tiger by about 200 pounds.
Friday marked a big step for the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s tiger cub twosome. The approximately 3-month-old, rescued Bengal tiger cub and his 4-month-old companion, a Sumatran tiger cub that came to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park from the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, are settling in nicely to their new home at the Tull Family Tiger Trail. The two cubs were previously spending time at the Safari Park’s Ione and Paul Harter Animal Care Center, but now they are living exclusively at the Tull Family Tiger Trail habitat. Details.