Aslan


 

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4 thoughts on “Aslan

    1. matt Post author

      It’s been fun to see them grow up. The last few visits, though, the male cubs have been separated from the females and their father… I don’t think we’ll see them all together any more. Just a hunch.

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  1. Carol Reamy

    Interesting. Are they trying to imitate the way it would be in the wild? It might become necessary.

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    1. matt Post author

      I don’t think they have to imitate it; I think that behavior is just inherent in the species. There are bachelor prides in the wild, so I speculate this is what they’re doing. I emailed the zoo about it a few months ago, and the response was that they had the room for two prides.

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