Twin South China tiger cubs have passed the 90 to 100 days of observation period and are playing with each other in a Chinese zoo.
They were born on May 13 at Nanchang Zoo in east China’s Jiangxi Province, making the total number of the endangered species at the zoo 26.
Both of the twins are male and now weigh nearly 10 kg.
As of the end of 2015, there were only 131 South China tigers worldwide, all in captivity. Nanchang Zoo is home to the highest number of South China tigers.