Lion Cub Contest: Maji or water'
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Lion Cub Contest: Maji or water'

Shifra Dayak, 8, says let's call the adorable female lion cub Maji (Swahili for water) because the cub loves the water. (Meena Dayak/Washington Post Viewer)

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