Lions Online for Live Web Chat

Zoo Connects the Public With Cub Curators

By Jim Handly
|  Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010  |  Updated 11:30 AM EDT
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Lions Online for Live Web Chat

Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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There's big news about baby lions, and you can watch it all unfold live online. The National Zoo is giving the public the opportunity to interact with staff members who work closely every day with the zoo's three adult lions and four newborn cubs.

On Friday, Sept. 17 at noon, you can take part in a web chat about the zoo's new cubs and the cubs on the way. Take a look at the cub cam while you're at it. You will also learn what it takes to build a lion pride.

Last month the Zoo celebrated the birth of four cubs, born to first-time mom Shera and dad Luke.


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