South China Tiger cub seeks name in China

17:00, March 11, 2011      

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A little South China Tiger cub, temporarily named "Miss X," has been waiting for her formal name. From late March, Save China's Tigers international fund will solicit the proposed names for her from the Chinese public. Miss X was born on Jan. 31 in Tiger Valley conservation zone in Orange Free State, South Africa. Then it was transferred to the Lori center for artificial feeding to protect it from be preyed upon in the wild natural environment. Now the healthy baby is 66 centimeters long and weighs 3.64 kilograms. Picture shows a newly-born South China Tiger cub playing with Quan Li, the founder of Save China's Tigers international fund, in the Lori Wildlife Conservation Center in north Johannesburg, South Africa, on March 7.(Photo by Li Qihua, Xinhua)


By Li Yancheng, People's Daily Online

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