Staff Photo by Jenna Walker/Chattanooga Times Free Press
Lisa Flood, a zoo keeper at Chattanooga Zoo holds the zoo's 6 week-old Snow Leopard cub during her check-up at the zoo Monday.  Her January birthday is rare among the breed.  Most snow leopards begin breeding in late winter and give birth late spring or early summer.
Staff Photo by Jenna Walker/Chattanooga Times Free Press Lisa Flood, a zoo keeper at Chattanooga Zoo holds the zoo's 6 week-old Snow Leopard cub during her check-up at the zoo Monday. Her January birthday is rare among the breed. Most snow leopards begin breeding in late winter and give birth late spring or early summer.
published Monday, February 21st, 2011
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