The world’s smallest and weakest leopard cub has been born at a zoo in the British capital.
According to international media reports, the management of London’s ZSL Zoo has been worried about not being exposed to geisha (leopard) for a few days now. She was wiping with her tongue.
When the administration watched the video carefully, they found out that Geisha had given birth to a baby, a very weak and small baby alive.
“It looks like the baby was born prematurely, and we’re doing everything we can to save it,” said Lucy Reid, a leopard care worker. The zoo administration has also vaccinated the mother and baby after birth, with only one of the three surviving babies.
According to zoologists, it belongs to the Sumatran breed of tigers, which are physically smaller than others and number only 300 in the world.
According to the administration, we tried several times to see the baby in the cage and his health, then Geisha rushed forward to attack and stopped us.