Rostock Zoo on Germany’s Baltic coast is delighted to have three new additions to its collection — jaguar triplets.
The cubs, named Keme, Kaya and Kachina, are now six weeks old. Female jaguars generally have litters of 1 to 4 cubs. The Jaguar cubs were baptized by Erwin Sellering, social minister of the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
The small predators now weigh 8.4 pounds (3.8 kg) each, 3 times their weight at birth. The jaguar cubs with their mommy, Ayana. They are Ayana’s second set of offspring. The last cubs of Ayana mom were in 2001.
One day, daughter, you could look like this. An adult jaguar can weigh from 90 to 250 pounds (45 to 113 kg) and can live 11 to 15 years in the wild.