Two yet-to-be-named snow leopard cubs — a male and a female — were introduced at the Central Park Zoo in New York on Wednesday.
The zoo, so far, is dubbing them “Little Boy” and “Little Girl” before they are officially named.
They weigh 30 pounds each, but should bulk up to anywhere from 65 to 120 pounds.
The cubs are the first for 7-year-old mother Zoe and 6-year-old father Askai.
Snow leopards first arrived at the Central Park Zoo in 2009, and Askai was transferred from the Bronx Zoo in the spring.
The cubs’ viewing schedule at the zoo will vary as they adjust to their surroundings.
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I love to watch animals playing and being friends with other animals.
I think people must learn from animals and stop fighting with each other 😉
I know one cat who loves to ‘talk’ with crows.
It’s name is Primiligh and it’ll make birdlike meows when it meows to the birds (that’s what my sister always says).
So here are cute pictures of animals being friends with other animals.
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