About Tiger Territory
Visitors to Tiger Territory will embark on a journey through an Indonesian habitat, coming face-to-face with our Sumatran tigers through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
The exhibit has been designed with ZSL’s team of keepers, conservationists and experts to ensure that it perfectly suits the needs of a tiger.
Tigers are excellent climbers and like to observe their terrain from a towering vantage point and Tiger Territory features tall trees to scale and high feeding poles to encourage natural predatory behaviours.
Sumatran tiger cubs
Three Critically Endangered Sumatran tiger cubs were born to mum Gaysha and dad Asim on Monday 27 June 2022.
The cubs stayed behind-the-scenes in their cubbing den for a few weeks before Gaysha brought them out into their Tiger Territory home.
The stripy trio have hit developmental milestones including opening their eyes to taking their first steps.
Sumatran tiger conservation
Tiger Territory will inform and inspire a generation of people to treasure the tiger and understand their role in its survival. It will also help fund ZSL’s tiger conservation work in the field, providing a lifeline for years to come.