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A Bengal Tiger cub is seen at a zoo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The keepers at the zoo educate visitors and raise awareness on endangered animals around the world. The park's own tiger breeding programme has enjoyed success with more than 20 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ANSP0000011" title="Tiger (animal)" href="/topic/science/scientific-research/tiger-%28animal%29-ANSP0000011.topic">tigers</a> born since 2010 including a rare white Bengal tiger, according to zoo vet Martin Martinz.

( Reuters photo / October 14, 2011 )

A Bengal Tiger cub is seen at a zoo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The keepers at the zoo educate visitors and raise awareness on endangered animals around the world. The park's own tiger breeding programme has enjoyed success with more than 20 tigers born since 2010 including a rare white Bengal tiger, according to zoo vet Martin Martinz.

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