Last month, the OKC Zoo saw the birth of some new Sumatran tiger cubs. Knowing how rare these awesome creatures are, and to build a little buzz for business, the zoo started live-streaming these little fur-balls twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, to allow everyone a little insight on what it's like to be a tiger.

If you look closely, you'll see four little cubs, three of which are siblings. A female was adopted into the streak after her mother couldn't get the hang of motherhood, but as you see, she fits right in very well.

As with any predator, there's a lot of napping and a little skill-building play that will go on. You can get a full zoological explanation of behavior, and more details at the official stream site here.