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Lions - Melbourne Zoo

June 2007.

Lions - Melbourne Zoo
snowleopard, 23 Jun 2008
Patrick Keegan and amur leopard like this.
    • Animaldude
      they have 4 brothers. What are the names of the brothers?
    • PAT
      I can help you with the wild dogs...Harry, Barry, Larry and I can't think of the last one (use your imagination 'cos it rhymes but I really can't think of what it is) and they are all brothers too.
    • Baldur
      One of my favourite lion exhibits!
    • Arizona Docent
      An all male coalition of full-maned lions. I like it!
    • Blackduiker
      They look quite comfy too!
    • Jabiru96
      Appearances can be deceiving. There are a few videos on YouTube of the males getting into aggressive fights.
    • snowleopard
      This photo shows the covered bridge that is deemed a "walk-through" feature of the exhibit. Lion Park opened in 1967 and I wonder if the bridge is a unique feature of this zoo as I cannot recall seeing another carnivore viewing area patterned on it. Is there a separate exhibit on the far side of the bridge? If I remember correctly it had African wild dogs in it on my 2007 visit.
    • Zoofan15
      @Animaldude Zuri, Chaka, Harare and Moja. They were born in a litter of 5.1 at Melbourne Zoo to Tsavo and Jespah 31/12/2000. The males are now all deceased; while the female (Jarrah) is at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
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