Adorable lion cubs make their Blair Drummond Safari Park debut

FOUR new lion cubs have made their public debut at a safari park.
Twelve-week-old cubs Murray, Reid, Thistle and Isla have been introduced to the drive-through reserve at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling, meaning visitors can now see the youngsters for the first time.
The cubs were given their last inoculations and a final health check by park vet Patrick Day before being let loose on the rest of the pride.
Andrew Milligan/PA Wire He said: "Like our domestic cats, lion cubs are susceptible to common feline diseases so these inoculations will afford them the same degree of... read more

4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 47
Source: Daily Record

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