Three white tigers were born at a Polish zoo on Thursday, days after the private office respected another uncommon litter of four white lion cubs.
Born on Sunday, the lions joined an effectively extensive family numbering guardians Azira and Sahim and their eight other kids.
"We've extended the worldwide populace by 15 percent," proprietor Andrzej Pabich said of the white lions brought at his zoo up in the focal town of Borysew.
"The determination procedure is a considerable measure of work, then we need to pick the right nourishment and make the right environment to have this numerous posterity," he told AFP.
White lions and tigers are both to a great degree uncommon, numbering just a couple of hundred around the world, and owe their appearance to a passive quality.
They are not albino.