If you're anything like us, you practically squealed with excitement when Walt Disney World leaders announced this summer that Sohni, one of two Sumatran tigers, was pregnant with cubs.
The waiting has finally come to an end and now you can head to Disney's Animal Kingdom and catch a glimpse to the two (almost) four-month-old siblings.
Anala and Jeda are the first Sumatran tiger cubs to be born at the park. Beginning this week, they are being introduced into their habitat on Maharaja Jungle Trek and have already been spotted running around and playing.
Not only do these two seriously up the cute factor at the park, but they are critical in the worldwide conservation and understanding of Sumatran tigers, of which there are less than 500 left in the wild.
The birth of these two cubs is a success story for Disney and the Wildlife Conservation Society's Reverse the Decline initiative, which aims to increase the wild population of Sumatran tigers by 25 percent in the next decades.
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