The latest residents of the tiger pen at Bangladesh National Zoo got their first taste of their adoring public on Monday
Including Durjoy and Abantika, there are a total of 11 tigers currently at Bangladesh National Zoo.
Zoo authorities did not reveal the birth of the new cubs for two and a half months as crowds may have startled the parent tigers, and tigers sometimes kill their cubs when they feel threatened.
The cubs are currently with their mother, Beli. The father, Tagar, is being kept in a separate cage.
Play is an integral part of the growth and development of young tigers.
Other than the caretaker who fed them, no one was allowed inside the cage where Durjoy and Abantika were kept for the first two and a half months of their lives.