Spot and Stripe are Sumatran Tiger cubs born at the Australia Zoo in Queensland, and are genetically the most important youngsters of their species in the world. Their first four months are spent in the home of tiger expert Giles Clark.
Sumatran Tigers Spot and Stripe are being raised in the domestic home of their keeper and tiger expert, Giles Clark. They are now eight weeks old and exploring Giles' home, and have become a big handful.
Spot and Stripe are now outgrowing Giles' home, developing adult tiger behaviours, and the time comes to leave the family home and reintegrate with the rest of the tigers at Australia Zoo.
The cubs enjoy their first swim at the Australia Zoo.
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