Baby Tigers Given Festive Names for Lunar New Year

Three tiger cubs born on the first day of the Lunar New Year were given festive names in honor of the holiday. Kook and Kai mean "little chicken," in keeping with the year of the rooster, and Ang Pao is the term for traditional red gift envelopes.
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