They have just been told that the Czech zoo has been expanding with a new income. It hasn't been accidentally concealed so far.
Animals in their natural environment are in immediate danger after their birth, as they are very vulnerable. Even in a safe, artificial environment, it may be doubtful whether the beasts remain alive. That's why the Czech zoo workers held one of the female lions giving life to their little one. The other reason is that the stock of the Berber lion that has been extinct in the wild has now grown by one person in zoo conditions.
The stock of the Beren lion in the Pilsen Zoo is growing nicely thanks to the two females and one male. In total, six of their offspring were born, the last day on July 27th.
Her mother is exemplary of her little female.
Although the breeding of the Berber lions has been practiced for nearly fifty years in the Pilsen Zoo, the succession of the offspring has not been successful in recent decades. Perhaps this tendency will break.
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