The five cheetah cubs born three weeks ago at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, the National Zoo’s Front Royal facility, got their first check-up this week. Really, who needs pandas? These two-pound cubs are just adorable.
“When I was weighing the last cub, he was being a very tough little guy,” said Adrienne Crosier, SCBI cheetah biologist. “We’re already starting to see differences in their dispositions and look forward to watching them grow and learning all we can from them.
Whenever a slow news day hits the District, we can always count on the National Zoo to lift us from the doldrums. The Zoo announced today that two cheetah cubs have been born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Fron... Read Post
Holy squee. The National Zoo is celebrating the arrival of two clouded leopard cubs which were born on Monday, March 28 at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) in Front Royal, Virginia. (Sorry, anteater naming cerem... Read Post
A litter of five cheetah cubs born in May at the National Zoo's Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute near Front Royal have aced their first medical exams. Cheetah biologist Adrienne Crosier said the cubs weighed between 4 and ... Read Post