I spent a good portion of Easter Weekend with the Malayan Tigers at the San Diego Zoo. Here are a few pictures from Friday and Sunday.
There was a lot of lounging and napping going on Friday.
I did get at least one picture of something other than a tiger - this little green lizard on the face of the cliff above the pond in the tiger habitat.
Connor came out at about 9:30 on Sunday morning.
Within just a couple of minutes he was busy munching his way through breakfast.
Click here to see a few more images of the Malayan Tigers at the San Diego Zoo on Easter weekend 2017.
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- Frank B. Baiamonte
- San Diego, California, United States
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