These sleepy lil babies are at the Crimea Safari Park, which bills itself as the biggest lion and tiger park in Europe. Siberian tigers are usually born in litters of two to four, so triplets aren't rare. But it's not uncommon for some of the litter to die, so a trio of healthy, happy Siberian tiger siblings is still cause for celebration.
Siberian tigers (also called Amur tigers) are the world's largest cats, and they're considered endangered thanks to habitat destruction and poaching. Wild populations of Siberian tigers number around 400 to 500, which is obviously not great, but conservationists believe those numbers are pretty stable.
Meanwhile, breeding of the species in captivity has been quite successful. These cubs will stay with their mother for at least a couple of years, but once mature they could presumably be released into the wild.