Four Amur Tigers debut at Potawatomi Zoo
Four female Amur Tigers just made their debut at the Potawatomi Zoo. The tigers are 2-year-old siblings.
The tigers arrived at the zoo two weeks ago and have been getting acclimated to their new exhibit.
According to the zoo, Amur Tigers are found in the Russian Far East, but some can be found in China and North Korea. There are fewer than 500 Amur Tigers in the wild.
Amur Tigers are also known as Siberian Tigers.
The tigers are named Morgana, Taj, Ursula and Glinda.