A Malayan tiger has tested positive for coronavirus, Bronx Zoo announced on April 5.
Four-year-old Nadia was the first known case in the world of a non-domesticated animal contracting COVID-19, National Geographic reported.
This file video shows Nadia at the zoo back in 2016 after she made her debut along with her sister Azul.
The zoo said that six other of their big cats are also showing symptoms of the virus, but that the animals were expected to make a full recovery. Credit: Bronx Zoo via Storyful