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A pair of endangered Sumatran tigers have travelled over 14,000 miles to ZSL London Zoo in the hope they'll find love as part of a global breeding programme, and one lucky Time Out reader and their family could win the chance to meet them, as well as a year's membership to the ZSL London Zoo. Jae Jae, a four-year-old male Sumatran tiger, flew in from Ohio, and Melati, a four-year-old female, came all the way from Australia. After they've settled in, they'll become the first residents of ZSL London Zoo's new Tiger Territory when it opens this spring.
For your chance to win a bespoke Tiger Territory experience and a year's membership to ZSL London Zoo for you and your family, just enter your details below. Two runners up will also win a year's family pass to the zoo. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midnight on April 19 2013.