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New hope for Siberian tigers

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What do you get when you cross a Bengal tiger with a white Siberian tiger? Seriously cute tiger cubs of course.

But their birth means that Siberian tigers could be saved from extinction.

The cubs were born in a zoo in Mexico and it's rare for tiger species from different countries to mate successfully.

There are fewer than 2,000 Siberian tigers left in the world and the zoo owners hope that more will be born in the future.