Red Panda Brothers Born at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo


Two red panda brothers were recently born at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, officials said today.

The fuzzy pair remains cozy inside their exhibit's nesting box, but their curiosity should bring them out into public view in the near future.
The two will soon have a new home, when the Asian Highlands exhibit opens next summer at the zoo. The exhibit will also house a leopard, snow leopard and takin.

A baby giraffe was also recently born at the zoo, and the public will soon have an opportunity to help name him.

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