The triplets’ parents are first-timers Kate and Randy.
Animal experts said it is rare that they had triplets.
Kate's been taking care of her babies but has had a little help from their human caretakers too.
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"The smallest of the three cubs has been receiving supplemental feeds from zookeepers to ensure that it gains weight at a healthy rate," zoo officials said, according to KSHB.
They're still small right now and fit in a person's hands, but will eventually be the size of a house cat, and will get their reddish-brown and white fur when they're about 50 days old, KSHB reported.
The furry siblings are mostly not on public view, except for on a video monitor, and will stay that way for about three months. They still don't have names and zookeepers don't know if they're males or females, WDAF reported.