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Rare Sumatran tiger cub born at San Francisco zoo

A Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" is shown sleeping beside her newborn cub in this February 13, 2013 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" is shown sleeping beside her newborn cub in this February 13, 2013 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" is shown sleeping beside her newborn cub in this February 13, 2013 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/San Francisco Zoo/Handout
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A handout photo of a pregnant Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" in this May 13, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A handout photo of a pregnant Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" in this May 13, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A handout photo of a pregnant Sumatran tiger named "Leanne" in this May 13, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout
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A handout photo of a male Sumatran tiger named "Larry" in this June 7, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A handout photo of a male Sumatran tiger named "Larry" in this June 7, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout

A handout photo of a male Sumatran tiger named "Larry" in this June 7, 2012 handout photo supplied by the San Francisco Zoo and released February 14, 2013. REUTERS/Marianne Hale/San Francisco Zoo/Handout
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