Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles zoo officials believed to white tiger cubs that died in a Pakistan zoo last month may have been victims of covert 19. The cubs died in the Lahore Zoo on January 30th, four days after beginning treatment for what officials thought was feline leukemia virus, a disease the zoo said is common in Pakistan and targets cats immune systems. But an autopsy found the cubs lungs were badly damaged and were suffering from severe infection. Pathologist concluded that they died from covert 19. Zu deputy director Kieran Salim said the cubs had probably caught the virus from someone handling and feeding them. She said all the zoo staff were tested for coronavirus, with six testing positive, including one who handled the cubs work. Animal rights activists say hundreds of animals die in Pakistan Zoo from poor living conditions and neglect and sufficient. Anusha, founder of the Justice for Kiki Animal Rescue and Shelter, said this case was no different. Jokey negligence. E.