Leopard cubs ‘healthy and growing’ at St. Louis Zoo

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Two Amur leopard cubs born at the St. Louis Zoo in April recently underwent health screening. They are therefore “healthy and growing”. to social media posts from the zoo.

Anya and Irina each weigh five and a half pounds and are about 18 inches long. They each have a pair of tiny teeth that come through.

The St. Louis Zoo’s cubs make a significant contribution to the population of Amur leopards in North American zoos. The species is considered one of the most endangered cats in the world.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/leopard-cubs-healthy-and-growing-at-the-st-louis-zoo/ Leopard cubs ‘healthy and growing’ at St. Louis Zoo

Nate Jones

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