Monday, 9 April 2012

Birth of rare Amur leopards at Tallinn Zoo: Live broadcast

Tallinn Zoo is broadcasting live the birth of rare Amur leopard cubs.
Infrared CCTV cameras were installed in the room housing a female leopard called Darla. She is expected to deliver her cubs any day now.
You can see how she is doing 24/7 by visiting the zoo's official website. Staff at the zoo say this gives millions the chance to witness a very rare natural phenomenon.
Amur leopards are an endangered species with fewer than 40 thought to be left on Earth. Most of them live in Russia and China.

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