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Snow Leopard Cubs Debut at Bronx Zoo

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Some cool, rare cats are now showing off their spots at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.

Two snow leopard cubs debuted Tuesday.

The twin boys were born in May and are on exhibit with their mom in the Himalayan Highlands section of the zoo.

Snow leopards are classified as an endangered species and are among the world's most endangered big cats.

They live in the remote mountains of central Asia and parts of China, Mongolia, Russia, India and Bhutan.

The Bronx Zoo is known as a world leader in snow leopard husbandry and is part of the Special Survival Plan.

For more information about the zoo and its exhibits, visit bronxzoo.com.

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