For the very first time, footage has emerged showing a family of Amur tigers living deep in the jungles of China - bolstering hopes for the species' return after decades of absence.
Camera traps in the Wangqing Nature Reserve captured images of a mother tiger with her two cubs frolicking in the background. Conservationists from the World Wildlife Fund say this is proof the big cats are reproducing in a place where they were once wiped out.
The little tigers appear to be about as rambunctious as you might expect, play fighting while mom's head is turned.
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