Three Amur Tigers, brothers at that, taking a break from playing. They were just at the age where their play was starting to get a bit rough and a bit more mouthy. This was probably one of the last times that they would be seen together since they would soon be separated. Tigers, like a lot of big cats (with the exception of cats like lions) are solitary creatures, only coming together to mate. However, when they are born, siblings tend to stick together for a little while after they've been weaned away from their mother. It's easier to hunt with several sets of eyes, teeth, and claws and helps to fine tune their skills as predators.
It was fun to watch them. They all had their own personalities and their limits to how much they would take from each other. 2012-2013.