Rare Tiger Born in Al Zawra Zoo, Iraq
|July 29, 2013||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad Mayoralty announced that one of the world’s rarest tigers was born in Al Zawra zoo, stressing that the newborn tiger is healthy and is supervised by a team of medical specialists.
“Al Zawra Park and Zoo welcomed today a newborn Bengali white tiger considered to be one of 200 Bengali tigers living in reserves and zoos around the world,” said the Mayoralty in a press release issued on Sunday, July 21; of which Alsumaria got a copy. It revealed that “the baby tiger is one of the rarest tigers in the world.”
“The birth of the tiger was a result of genetic differences”, added the Mayoralty, stressing that “the baby tiger is healthy and is supervised by a team of medical specialists.”
“Visitors will soon be able to see the newborn tiger”, it clarified; pointing out that “It gives great importance to developing Al Zawra Zoo such as importing birds, allowing Baghdadi families to visit them and educating specialized medical staff to take care of the animals and treat them.”
The Zoo in Baghdad has witnessed in October 2012 the birth of many animals including rare and endangered Siberian tigers; which was an event that seldom takes place in Al Zawra.
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