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5/22/2011 Clouded Leopard

I always photograph these guys just before closing. I believe, Lowry Park holds two siblings, not a breeding pair. One usually paces or sitting by their gate just before closing time and the other is normally chilling someplace.

5/22/2011 Clouded Leopard
DejaVuKatz, 12 Mar 2012
    • DejaVuKatz
      I always photograph these guys just before closing. I believe, Lowry Park holds two siblings, not a breeding pair. One usually paces or sitting by their gate just before closing time and the other is normally chilling someplace.
    • BeardsleyZooFan
      I'm not sure of if they were sisters, all I knew is that they were older females. Either way, they're at the Denver Zoo now, and there's a breeding pair of cubs in Lowry Park's exhibit.
      [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9hA-hKwRuk]Adorable New Leopard Cubs at the Zoo! - YouTube[/ame]
    • DejaVuKatz
      oh so the pairs were changed out? I know breeding pairs have to be established early or else their is possibility one will kill the other. I had been trying to figure out why lowry would have cubs brought to them when breeding success stipulates they need o be with their mates early on. now that makes sense. the cubs were brought in almost a year ago wernt they or has it been less then that. Those were relativly big. I think the photo above is of the older pair and ive got pictures from recent trips that are oh the cubs. I went a couple weeks ago and they were up by the wire at the top of the cage wedged in on top the rock work. Those i think were the cubs.
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