Three-month-old clouded leopard cubs, Aiya, above, and Shigu, born Feb. 29 at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, have a new role: animal ambassadors-in-training. The zoo hopes the small siblings will make a big impression on zoo guests — and eventually offsite audiences during outreach programs — about the needs and perils of this rare and vulnerable species.
Three-month-old clouded leopard cubs, Aiya, above, and Shigu, born Feb. 29 at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, have a new role: animal ambassadors-in-training. The zoo hopes the small siblings will make a big impression on zoo guests — and eventually offsite audiences during outreach programs — about the needs and perils of this rare and vulnerable species. PROVIDED PHOTO
Three-month-old clouded leopard cubs, Aiya, above, and Shigu, born Feb. 29 at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, have a new role: animal ambassadors-in-training. The zoo hopes the small siblings will make a big impression on zoo guests — and eventually offsite audiences during outreach programs — about the needs and perils of this rare and vulnerable species. PROVIDED PHOTO

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