An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA
An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA

Pakistan zoo rejects neglect claims after two white tiger cubs die of suspected Covid-19

  • The cubs died in the Lahore Zoo on January 30. They probably caught the virus from the person handling and feeding them
  • Pakistan’s zoos regularly draw the ire of activists, who say hundreds of animals have died from poor living conditions there

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An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA
An autopsy found the cubs’ lungs were badly damaged and they were suffering from severe infection. File photo: DPA
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