Name a Lion Cub Contest
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Name a Lion Cub Contest

What should the Zoo name its new lion cubs? (The Washington Post)

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    Name a Lion Cub Contest

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Tebogo or 'We are thankful'

    Lion Cub Contest: Tebogo or 'We are thankful'

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Baruti or 'teacher'

    Lion Cub Contest: Baruti or 'teacher'

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Lelie or 'Lily'

    Lion Cub Contest: Lelie or 'Lily'

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Nasera

    Lion Cub Contest: Nasera

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Metiaki

    Lion Cub Contest: Metiaki

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  • Lion Cub Contest: 1st graders propose Lelie

    Lion Cub Contest: 1st graders propose Lelie

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  • Lion Cub Contest: Maji or water'

    Lion Cub Contest: Maji or water'

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  • Lion Cub Contest: A little lioness named Gemma

    Lion Cub Contest: A little lioness named Gemma

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