Baby tiger gets breast-fed from mother goat, mother dog

09:16, April 08, 2011      

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Stockmen help a baby tiger named Xin Le get brest-fed from a mother dog in a zoo in Weifang, east China's Shandong Province, April 7, 2011. Xin Le was born on March 25, 2011. Her mother refused to feed her due to the lack of experience of being a mother. The stockmen in the zoo managed to let the baby tiger get breast-fed from a mother goat and a mother dog. Now Xin Le have gained weight from 1.8 kilogram to 3 kilogram after the birth. (Xinhua/Sun Shubao)

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