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VIETNAM
RTR2NXYU
June 22, 2011
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Their mother, Mi, gave...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Their mother, Mi, gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VIETNAM
RTR2NXWQ
June 22, 2011
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Their mother, Mi, gave...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo
Indochinese tiger cubs play inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Their mother, Mi, gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS)
VIETNAM
RTR2NXWN
June 22, 2011
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, plays with her cubs at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs...
Hanoi, Vietnam
An Indochinese tiger plays with her cubs at the Hanoi Zoo
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, plays with her cubs at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. Picture taken through a cage. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS)
VIETNAM
RTR2NXWM
June 22, 2011
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in...
Hanoi, Vietnam
An Indochinese tiger carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS)
VIETNAM
RTR2NXWL
June 22, 2011
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in...
Hanoi, Vietnam
An Indochinese tiger carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo
An Indochinese tiger, Mi, carries a cub at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VIETNAM
RTR2NXWK
June 22, 2011
An Indochinese tiger cub sits next to its mother, Mi, at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to...
Hanoi, Vietnam
An Indochinese tiger cub sits next to its mother at the Hanoi Zoo
An Indochinese tiger cub sits next to its mother, Mi, at the Hanoi Zoo June 22, 2011. Mi gave birth to four cubs in the morning of April 2, 2011, becoming the first tiger at the Hanoi zoo to be born and bred in captivity. Mi was born on the same day eight years earlier, on April 2, 2003, to Lam Nhi (which mean "Child of Forest"), a tiger that was confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS)
VIETNAM/
RTR1N0F8
March 02, 2007
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007....
Hanoi, Vietnam
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007. Four cubs of the second generation of Indochinese tiger were successfully bred in captivity, Hanoi Zoo deputy General Director Dang Gia Tung said on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/
RTR1N0F3
March 02, 2007
Two-month-old indochinese tiger cubs play with their mother Mi Mi inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs plays with their mother Mi Mi inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo...
Two-month-old indochinese tiger cubs play with their mother Mi Mi inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo March 2, 2007. Four cubs of the second generation of Indochinese tiger were successfully bred in captivity, Hanoi Zoo deputy General Director Dang Gia Tung said on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/
RTR1N0F0
March 02, 2007
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007....
Hanoi, Vietnam
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007. Four cubs of the second generation of Indochinese tiger were successfully bred in captivity, Hanoi Zoo deputy General Director Dang Gia Tung said on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/
RTR1N0EV
March 02, 2007
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007....
Hanoi, Vietnam
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi
A two-month-old Indochinese tiger cub is seen inside its cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007. Four cubs of the second generation of Indochinese tiger were successfully bred in captivity, Hanoi Zoo deputy General Director Dang Gia Tung said on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/
RTR1N0ES
March 02, 2007
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007....
Hanoi, Vietnam
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi
Two-month-old Indochinese tiger cubs are seen inside their cage at the Hanoi Zoo in Hanoi March 2, 2007. Four cubs of the second generation of Indochinese tiger were successfully bred in captivity, Hanoi Zoo deputy General Director Dang Gia Tung said on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
CAMBODIA
RTR1J4E
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN A CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

ED/TW
CAMBODIA
RTR1IHT
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a private
zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a private
zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or keeping large
animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time among powerful
political or business figures in the impoverished southeast Asian nation,
although animal rights groups often criticise the conditions under which
they are kept. Pictures of the month August 2003 REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

ED/TW
CAMBODIA
RTR1IHO
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN A CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

ED/TW
CAMBODIA
RTR1IHE
August 10, 2003
Reasey (L)and Methona (Top), two rare Indochinese tigers, play in their cage
in a private zoo in southern...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TWO INDOCHINESE TIGER CUBS PLAYING IN THEIR CAGE IN SOUTHERN
CAMBODIA.
Reasey (L)and Methona (Top), two rare Indochinese tigers, play in their cage
in a private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished southeast
Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise the conditions
under which they are kept. Picture taken August 10, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

ED/TW
CAMBODIA
RTR1IH6
August 10, 2003
Indochinese tiger Sros carries her baby Mothona in their cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER MOVES HER BABY IN THEIR CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Indochinese tiger Sros carries her baby Mothona in their cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. Picture taken August 10,
2003. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

ED/TW
TIGER
RTR9FV
April 02, 2003
Hanoi Zoo's head veterinarian Mai Que Tiep handles one of four tiger
cubs that were the first to be...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VETERINARIAN PLAYS WITH TIGER CUB AT HANOI ZOO.
Hanoi Zoo's head veterinarian Mai Que Tiep handles one of four tiger
cubs that were the first to be born in captivity in Hanoi July 8, 2003.
Their mother, an Indochinese tiger named Lam Nhi (which means "Child of
Forest") was confiscated from wildlife traffickers on July 19, 1998 in
Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue when she less than two
years old. Lam Nhi gave birth to the cubs in the early morning of April
2, 2003. REUTERS/ Kham

NHK/TW
TIGERS VIETNAM
RTR9FG
April 02, 2003
Hanoi Zoo veterinarian Nguyen Danh Cuong handles one of four tiger cubs
that were the first to be born...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VETERIARIAN PLAYS WITH TIGER CUBS IN HANOI ZOO.
Hanoi Zoo veterinarian Nguyen Danh Cuong handles one of four tiger cubs
that were the first to be born in captivity in Hanoi July 08, 2003.
Their mother, an Indochinese tiger named Lam Nhi (which means "Child of
Forest") was confiscated from wildlife traffickers on July 19, 1998 in
Vietnam's central province of Thua Thien Hue when she less than two
years old. Lam Nhi gave birth to the cubs in the early morning of April
2, 2003. REUTERS/ Kham

NHK/TW
TIGER VIETNAM
RTR9F3
April 02, 2003
Hanoi Zoo veterinarian Nguyen Danh Cuong plays with a tiger cub July 8,
2003 in Hanoi. The cub's mother,...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VETERINARIAN CARRIES TIGER CUB IN HANOI ZOO.
Hanoi Zoo veterinarian Nguyen Danh Cuong plays with a tiger cub July 8,
2003 in Hanoi. The cub's mother, an Indochinese tiger named Lam Nhi
(meaning "Child of the Forest") was confiscated from wildlife
traffickers on July 19, 1998 in Vietnam's central province of Thua
Thien Hue when she was less than two years old. Lam Nhi gave birth to
four cubs on April 2, 2003 and was the first tiger to breed
successfully in the zoo. REUTERS/ Kham

NHK/TW
TIGER VIETNAM
RTR9EZ
April 02, 2003
Indochinese tiger Lam Nhi (which means "Child of the Forest"), plays
with her four cubs at the Hanoi...
Hanoi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
TIGER PLAYS WITH HER CUBS IN HANOI ZOO.
Indochinese tiger Lam Nhi (which means "Child of the Forest"), plays
with her four cubs at the Hanoi Zoo July 8, 2003. Confiscated from
wildlife traffickers on July 19, 1998 in Vietnam's central province of
Thua Thien Hue when she was less than two years old, Lam Nhi gave birth
to four cubs in the early morning of April 2, 2003 and became the first
tiger to breed successfully inside the zoo. REUTERS/ Kham

NHK/TW
CAMBODIA TIGER
RTR9QON
October 20, 2000
Zookeeper carries the two-month-old tiger at Phnom Tamao zoo, outside capital Phnom Penh, October 20,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
ZOOKEEPER CARRIES RESCUED TIGER AT PHNOM TAMAO ZOO OUTSIDE PHNOM PENH.
Zookeeper carries the two-month-old tiger at Phnom Tamao zoo, outside capital Phnom Penh, October 20, 2000. Cambodian wildlife officials rescued four young Indochinese tigers and arrested two wildlife dealers in a sting operation in Phnom Penh on Thursday. The four tigers were transported to Phnom Tamao Zoological Gardens and Rescue Centre.

CS/HL
CAMBODIA TIGER
RTR9QO2
October 20, 2000
Pen Roeun, 42-year-old zookeeper, feeds the two-month-old tiger milk at Phnom Tamao zoo, outside capital...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
ZOOKEEPER FEEDS MILK TO TIGER AT PHNOM TAMAO ZOO OUTSIDE PHNOM PENH.
Pen Roeun, 42-year-old zookeeper, feeds the two-month-old tiger milk at Phnom Tamao zoo, outside capital Phnom Penh, October 20, 2000. Cambodian wildlife officials rescued four young Indochinese tigers and arrested two wildlife dealers in a sting operation in Phnom Penh on Thursday. The four tigers were transported to Phnom Tamao Zoological Gardens and Rescue Centre.

CS/HL
CAMBODIA TIGER
RTR9QNP
October 20, 2000
Cambodian worker from Phnom Tamao zoo unload two tigers inside a cage from a truck at the zoo outside...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
CAMBODIAN ZOO WORKER UNLOAD TWO TIGERS INSIDE A CAGE FROM A TRUCK IN PHNOM PENH.
Cambodian worker from Phnom Tamao zoo unload two tigers inside a cage from a truck at the zoo outside Phnom Penh October 20, 2000. Cambodian wildlife officials rescued four young Indochinese tigers and arrested two wildlife dealers in a sting operation in the capital Phnom Penh on Thursday. The four tigers were transported to Phnom Tamao Zoological Gardens and Rescue Centre.

HJ/HL
CAMBODIA
RTR2IYI
March 24, 2000
Phath Sanne, an animal handler at Bayab Farm, a private zoo owned by a member of parliament, holds Chann...
Prey Veng, Cambodia - Kingdom of
HANDLER SHOWS TWO INDOCHINESE TIGER CUBS BORN IN CAMBODIA.
Phath Sanne, an animal handler at Bayab Farm, a private zoo owned by a member of parliament, holds Chann (L) and Chamroen (R), two 10-day-old Indochinese tiger cubs born at the zoo March 23. The cubs are genetically valuable as they were born to parents caught in the wild and there are few pure-bred Indochinese tigers left in captivity around the world.

HLR/CC
TIGERS
RTXJGIL
January 14, 2000
One of two baby Indochinese tigers born at the Cincinnati Zoo on December 26, 1999 looks over his cage,...
Cincinnati, USA
One of two baby Indochinese tigers born at the Cincinnati Zoo on December 26, 1999 looks over his ca.....
One of two baby Indochinese tigers born at the Cincinnati Zoo on December 26, 1999 looks over his cage, January 14 at the Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born weighing less than two pounds at birth. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.
TIGERS
RTXJGIK
January 14, 2000
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser plays with two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati...
Cincinnati, USA
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser plays with two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinna.....
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser plays with two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born December 26, 1999, each weighing less than two pounds. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.
TIGERS
RTXJGIJ
January 14, 2000
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's...
Cincinnati, USA
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zo.....
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born December 26, 1999, each weighing less than two pounds. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.
TIGERS
RTXJGII
January 14, 2000
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's...
Cincinnati, USA
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zo.....
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born December 26, 1999, each weighing less than two pounds. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.
TIGERS
RTRBH3
December 26, 1999
One of two baby Indochinese tigers born at the Cincinnati Zoo on December 26, 1999 looks over his cage,...
Cincinnati, USA
BABY INDOCHINESE TIGER LOOKS OVER HIS CAGE.
One of two baby Indochinese tigers born at the Cincinnati Zoo on December 26, 1999 looks over his cage, January 14 at the Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born weighing less than two pounds at birth. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.

JPS/HB
TIGERS
RTRBGZ
December 26, 1999
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser plays with two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati...
Cincinnati, USA
BABY INDOCHINESE TIGERS AT PLAY WITH NURSERY KEEPER AT CINCINNATI ZOO.
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser plays with two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born December 26, 1999, each weighing less than two pounds. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.

JPS/HB
TIGERS
RTRBGV
December 26, 1999
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's...
Cincinnati, USA
BABY INDOCHINESE TIGERS AT FEEDING TIME IN CINCINNATI ZOO.
Head Nursery Keeper Dawn Strasser feeds two baby Indochinese tigers, January 14 at the Cincinnati Zoo's nursery. The two tiger cubs were born December 26, 1999, each weighing less than two pounds. They now weigh more than five and a half pounds each.

JPS/HB
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