Oklahoma City Zoo launches webcam to show adopted tiger cub

In this undated photo provided by the OKC Zoo, Zoya, top center, lies with other cubs at the Zoo’s Cat Forest habitat in Oklahoma City, Okla. Zoya, a tiger cub moved to the Oklahoma City Zoo after being rejected by her mother, can now be seen bonding with her siblings and adoptive mother on live-streaming video. The zoo on Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, launched its online "Tiger Cub Cam" for to offer a 24/7 look at mom Lola and her four growing cubs – Eko, Ramah, Gusti and the adopted daughter, Zoya.(Trisha McDonald/OKC Zoo via AP)

A tiger cub who was rejected by her mother at the Philadelphia Zoo can be seen bonding with her adoptive mother and siblings in Oklahoma via live-streaming video

OKLAHOMA CITY — A tiger cub who was rejected by her mother at the Philadelphia Zoo can be seen bonding with her adoptive mother and brothers in Oklahoma via live-streaming video.

The Oklahoma City Zoo launched the "Tiger Cub Cam " Thursday, showing Zoya with her new mother Lola and brothers Eko, Ramah and Gusti playing, feeding and sleeping indoors. The cubs are expected to move outdoors in mid-September.

Lola gave birth July 8 and Zoya was born July 9.

Zoya is an Amur, also known as a Siberian tiger, while Lola and her cubs are Sumatran tigers. Zoya was sent to Oklahoma City because the two tiger subspecies are similar.

Amur and Sumatran tigers are endangered, with fewer than 500 of each believed to be living in the wild.

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