HISTORY IN THE MAKING: BIRTH OF THE TIGER CUB

 

Jae Jae awaits the magic moment.

Jae Jae awaits the magic moment.

“I don’t make up the news, I just report it.”  Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

I’ve got some great news to share with you today.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would have likely caught the reference to animals. (If you haven’t, you darn well should have). Animals are one of the central themes of “UNCAGE THE ANIMAL”, tigers in particular.

A while back I posted up “THE FACE OF UNCAGE THE ANIMAL.” I’m sure you’re all familiar with Terrific Tiger. Enough of that, that’s not the point of today’s post.

Today at “UNCAGE THE ANIMAL” we celebrate. We celebrate the birth of the first Sumatran tiger cub in London since 1996. The birth was officially announced on Wednesday.

Congrats to Jae Jae the father, whom I had the privilege of filming for the “UNCAGE THE ANIMAL” official site promo whilst in London. Check out the following videos below.

You might be wondering where the mother of the new bundle is and why there’s no footage or mention of her. Well thing is, she was actually preparing for delivery and as a result  wasn’t camera- ready. In fact she was kept in isolation, waiting for the magic moment.

“UNCAGE THE ANIMAL” sends it’s “Best Wishes” to the Happy Tiger Family.

Final shout out to Jae Jae, “Keep em comin bud.” “Hope to see more uncaged and reintroduced into the wild in future.”

EYE AND COURAGE OF THE  TIGER 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Very informative article brother. Short, precise and to the point. Great to hear that finally after 17 years another tiger has been born in London, even though it’s in a zoo. Like you said, “Hope to see more released into nature at some point.”

  2. Awesome hearing from you brother. Yeah it’s been a long time coming. More effort needs to be put into looking after these amazing animals. Couldn’t ignore the topic, it’s at the core of the site.

    There’s 3,500 wild tigers left in total. With Only 300 of them being Sumatran like ol’ Jae Jae. Over the last century 3 of the 9 sub-species of tiger have been wiped out.

    Heres to hoping more tigers see the other side of the cage. UNCAGE THE ANIMAL.

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