3 rare baby white bengal tigers squeak instead of roar

Three rare white Bengal tigers have made their public debut. The two boys and one girl were born at a safari park in Crimea in early October. The tigers are still so young that their eyes haven't fully opened. And instead of a mighty roar, they make tiny squeaks. The kittens can fit in a person's hand, but in a few years, they'll each weigh at least 300 pounds. Male tigers can grow to be three yards long!