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Lion Cub Gives Us His Best Roar

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Uploaded on Jul 19, 2011

Feb 19, 2012 EDIT: I uploaded this video a few months ago. It was taken in Dec 2010 on a "behind-the-scenes" tour at a zoo. His sister had died shortly after their birth. He was a part of the third pair of cubs born to the pride that year. The cubs are routinely separated from their mother after birth in order to get them acclimated to their handlers and also to keep better eye on their growth and development. The cubs were a part of an educational program at the facility geared towards school kids. He was eventually reunited with his mother and the rest of the lions.

I did/do not have anything to do with the care of this lion. I was simply visiting him.

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