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African lion cubs survive extreme environment of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

  • Source : Xinhua Author : Time : 11/30/2018 Editor : Wang Chenyan

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    An African lion cub is seen at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, Nov. 27, 2018. Three six-month-old African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the species on the plateau. The three female cubs born on May 9 are now able to hunt for food by themselves. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)

     

     

    An African lion cub is seen at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, Nov. 27, 2018. Three six-month-old African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the species on the plateau. The three female cubs born on May 9 are now able to hunt for food by themselves. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)

     

     

    An African lion cub is seen at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, Nov. 27, 2018. Three six-month-old African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the species on the plateau. The three female cubs born on May 9 are now able to hunt for food by themselves. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)

     

     

    African lion cubs play at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, Nov. 27, 2018. Three six-month-old African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the species on the plateau. The three female cubs born on May 9 are now able to hunt for food by themselves. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)

     

     

    An African lion cub is seen at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wild Zoo in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, Nov. 27, 2018. Three six-month-old African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the species on the plateau. The three female cubs born on May 9 are now able to hunt for food by themselves. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)

     

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