Baby Lions Seek Names

Friday, April 30, 2010

Awwwwww! Three cute new lion cubs, born at the Bronx Zoo on January 27, were introduced to the public on Friday. The male and two females, along with their mother Sukari and father M'wasi, can be seen at the zoo's African Plains habitat.

The Wildlife Conservation Society and the Daily News are asking for your help in naming the trio of sandy tan fuzzballs. Submit your suggestions by May 8, share them with us below, and then vote on the chosen finalists beginning May 16.


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