The Buffalo Zoo has announced it has new baby lion cubs! They made the revelation of the genre. Now they need names and they are looking for your help.
They went unnamed for 2 months and now it’s time …
In March, the Buffalo Zoo announced that Lusaka and Tiberius, two lions who live there, were the proud parents of two baby cubs. In April, they shared the first photos of the two and revealed their gender with the help of their father Tiberius. We know there is a little boy and a little girl.
It is now May and they are looking for names for them.
How can I be part of it?
They are looking for your help. You can help decide what the names of the little ones will be and help a great cause at the same time. The zoo hopes you will vote on the names. They were reduced to 6 different names by the guards there.
What are the choices?
For the male, they have:
For the female, the choices are:
How it works?
The zoo asks you to go to this website to vote for your favorite. They will raise money for a charity with your vote. Each vote costs one dollar and the money will be used to support the Buffalo Zoo and the Association of Zoos & Aquariums Lion SAFE (Saving Animals From Extinction) program.
According to the Buffalo Zoo, over the past 25 years, lion populations in Africa have nearly halved. The SAFE African Lions Team hopes to double the number of lions in the wild by 2050. This is just a small way to help … and have your say on the names of the lions. little ones!
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