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Published on Feb 1, 2013
The four cubs are introduced to elements of the great outdoors, including grass, sticks, dirt, and logs to get them ready for their first day outside. Find out more at http://www.zoo.org/lioncubs.
Adopt a lion cub through the current ZooParent spring adoption special at http://www.zoo.org/zooparent-spring and your gift will support the care of the cubs and animals across the zoo. $5 from each ZooParent adoption go directly to support conservation field efforts, like the Ruaha Carnivore Project working in Tanzania to mitigate human conflict with lions and other large carnivores that share the Ruaha landscape. Support for the Ruaha Carnivore Project comes from the zoo's Wildlife Survival Fund, working with the Lion Species Survival Plan Conservation Campaign.
You can learn more about conservation issues and what is being done to help wildlife, wild places and the people who share these landscapes at http://www.zoo.org/conservation.