There was a coming out party of sorts for a lioness and her five cubs, including an adopted son, at Zoo Miami.
There’s lots to be happy about at Zoo Miami as a nearly five-week old litter of highly endangered giant otters are growing, and a lion cub, which has faced many challenges since birth in December, remains stable.
Well, this is something you don’t get to write everyday…authorities in the Tampa area are on the lookout for a lion.
In September, a litter of three lion cubs were born at Zoo Miami. Monday, only one remained alive and officials announced that the surviving female cub had been sent to Baltimore.
Zoo Miami is mourning the loss Friday of one of the three lion cubs born on September 24th.
Zoo Miami is roaring with pride over the birth of three lion cubs, the zoo’s first in its 33-year history.
A young boy visiting from Ft. Myers got a memory of a lifetime during a visit to Zoo Miami.