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Leopard cubs meeting the public at Tacoma zoo

Mar. 23

TACOMA -- Two newborn leopard cubs are making their first public appearance Saturday at Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma. The endangered clouded leopard cubs -- a male and a female -- were born March 6 at the zoo.

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