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Published: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 12:56 p.m.

Lion cubs thriving at Woodland Park Zoo (video)

  • Woodland Park Zoo's new lion cubs play together.

    Ryan Hawk/Woodland Park Zoo

    Woodland Park Zoo's new lion cubs play together.

  • Lion cubs at the Woodland Park Zoo.

    Ryan Hawk / Woodland Park Zoo

    Lion cubs at the Woodland Park Zoo.

  • Lion cubs at Woodland Park Zoo.

    Ryan Hawk / Woodland Park Zoo

    Lion cubs at Woodland Park Zoo.

Woodland Park Zoo's South African lion cubs continue to thrive behind the scenes under the care of 3-year-old mama Adia. The attached photos were taken Nov. 27. The cubs were born Nov. 8 and mark the first birth of lions at the zoo since 1991.

Read more about the lion cubs here.


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