A pair of leopard cubs mark the latest in a baby boom at The Greenville Zoo
A pair of Amur leopard cubs born this year at the Greenville Zoo are officially on exhibit.
The cubs were born April 29 to Jade and Nelkan. The parents were transfers to the zoo, with Jade arriving in 2011 and Nelkan in November 2016.
The cubs are part of a critically endangered species. Their birth is an important success for the Greenville Zoo’s conservation efforts, according to a release from the zoo.
The cubs have not yet been named.
The Greenville Zoo allows visitors daily from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. The zoo closes at 5 p.m.
Amur leopard cubs born in April at the Greenville Zoo are officially on exhibit