Lion Cub Contest: Lelie or 'Lily'
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Lion Cub Contest: Lelie or 'Lily'

First grade scientists from Marshall Elementary School in Manassas, VA researched and chose "Lelie" to be the female lion cub's name. (Brenda Bailey/Washington Post viewer)

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