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Like most kids, our Amur tiger cubs have toys and play things that enrich their lives at the Bronx Zooand like most kids, the cubs find things in their environment like falling leaves just as captivating.

Tigers may not have much time left. Poachers have devastated tiger populations across their range. They track down and kill tigers, then sell their skins and bones on the black market.

Take action by supporting the Save Vanishing Species stamp that has already raised a remarkable $1.58 million for projects that protect tigers by cracking down on poachers and protecting parks.

Photo credits: Julie Larsen Maher © WCS

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Taking a picture of three of anything is tricky—and getting the Bronx Zoo’s tiger triplets in a single photo? Nearly impossible.

At their young age, our curious cubs enjoy each other’s company as they explore their exhibit in leaps and bounds—and usually right out of my frame.

I spent many an hour waiting for just the right moment over the last few months—then on a recent bright autumn day, there they were in unison—first one, then two, and finally, the third (on the right) joined them .

Photo credit: Julie Larsen Maher © WCS