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The cubs join 200 animals from all over the world at the Domestic, Exotic and Wild Animal Kingdom & Sanctuary in Mount Vernon.

The Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/1pLGSo3 ) reports that the cubs were born June 8 at the Domestic, Exotic and Wild Animal Kingdom & Sanctuary, a 42-acre farm in Mount Vernon that is home to more than 200 animals. The sanctuary was founded in 1980 by Bob Miner and is now run as a nonprofit.

The two male cubs are white like their mother, a white-and-brown striped Bengal tiger. The female cub has an orange tinge and looks more like her father.

The farm's website says other animals at the site include a black leopard, a cougar, a yak, a camel, a black bear, spider monkeys and an alligator.

In about a month, each cub will be handed over to another institution.
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Responses to "Tiger triplets born at central Maine sanctuary (VIDEO)"

  1. So why aren't they with their mother?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I DO NOT FEEL THESE 3 CUBS, SHOULD BE SEPERATED......ADAMANT ABOUT THAT!!!! :(

  3. Anonymous says:

    The best for the "cubs or kittens" is to be with Mommy. I do not think hand feeding them is good for them

  4. So yes, why aren't they with their mother and what is the other 'institution' they will be sent to? Research facility, a circus, a canned hunt? Really not very informative, why is that?

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