Madhya Pradesh: Lions roar back to Gwalior zoo after 28 yrs as lioness gives birth to 3 cubs

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After a gap of 28 years, an Asiatic lioness gave birth to three cubs at the municipal corporation-run Gandhi Zoological Park. 

The cubs are being looked after according to Central Zoo Authority guidelines in view of the coronavirus outbreak, Gwalior Municipal Commissioner Sandeep Makin said.

Cubs kept in isolation for 40 days

The lioness, Pari, and her partner Jai were brought to the park from zoos in neighbouring Chhattisgarh in 2012, he said.

Makin said the cubs are in good health and will be kept in isolation for 40 days to ensure they don”t contract any infection.

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