First is our beloved San Diego Safari Park, which is the sister facility of our beloved San Diego Zoo. Last March the Safari Park added to its surfeit of cute baby elephants with the birth of cute baby tigers. Reports are that the two cubs are so small and adorable that they can't even stand up yet, and so the two are still obviously off exhibit. The facility is trying to build a new home for tigers, so expect to be hearing a lot more about them soon.
If you want to see cubs old enough to be on exhibitand you doyou can head north of San Diego to the Los Angeles Zoo. On top of launching their new reptile house, zookeepers have also been tending to a pair of Sumatran cubs born last August. The two are playing in the zoo's wonderful tiger facilitya huge pit that's fantastically easy for guests to access and look intoand are "having fun...playing in the pond [and] running around with mom."
Finally there's the Cameron Park Zoo in Texas. Its pair of cubs, Indah and Bugara, are slightly younger than the Los Angeles babies. There's more information about them on the zoo's Tiger Cub Watch page, and there are Zooborns picture galleries charting their month-by-month growth here and here and here.
Finally, as promised, videos! The San Diego Safari Park:
The Los Angeles Zoo:
The Cameron Park Zoo:
[Photo: Cameron Zoo via Zooborns]