The mother snow leopard was seen feeding the adorable cubs on Tuesday (April 13) inside their enclosure, as vets have asked for minimal exposure for the newborns.
Zima and Namkha, the leopards at the park became parents on April 10 at its conservation and breeding facility. The pair also gave two other cubs to the park three years ago.
With the latest addition, PNHZPMI and their conservation and breeding facility now houses 12 snow leopards. The institute is also working on a plan to release the cats into the wild.