WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Smithsonian's National Zoological Park is auctioning the chance to name a newborn Sumatran tiger cub, officials said.
Damai, a rare Sumatran tiger at the zoo gave birth to two cubs, a male and a female on August 5. The zoo is giving a chance to have one of its cubs named by the public, officials said.
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The current bids are at $22,500 and the auction runs through September 17.
The cubs will not be on exhibit for several months, officials said.