LIBEREC, Czech Republic (NBC) - A zoo in the Czech Republic showed off its latest additions at a special ceremony throughout the weekend.
On Saturday three rare Bengal white tiger cubs were shown off to the public for the first time at Liberec Zoo.
The zoo asked the public to help name one of the baby tigers, and officials managed to whittle the list of more than 2,200 names down to just five: Liam, Samburu, Sigmar, Titan or Woody.
The boy tigers are named Sambur and Liam, which was one of the public's submissions. The girl tiger is named Gaia.
The Bengal white tiger is one of the most endangered species in the world, with only a couple hundred estimated to be left in the world -- nearly all of them living in captivity.
The species became nearly extinct back in the 1960s, and they are native to India.
With her job as district attorney potentially on the line, Rosemary Lehmberg called her behavior towards deputies "totally inappropriate" the night she was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.
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