Two Sumatran tiger cubs took a bracing swim at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo on November 6 in order to pass their swim reliability test. The cubs, named Bandar and Sukacita, were born at the zoo ... more 
Two Sumatran tiger cubs took a bracing swim at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo on November 6 in order to pass their swim reliability test. The cubs, named Bandar and Sukacita, were born at the zoo in early August and had to undergo the swim reliability test in order to prove that they are ready to be on exhibit. The two cubs were able to keep their heads above water, navigate to the shallow end, and climb onto dry land. Credit to: Smithsonian National Zoo less 
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