White lion cubs make debut at zoo in Japan
HIMEJI, Japan (KABC) -- Kids and adults have been flocking to Himeji Central Park in Himeji, Japan, ever since five white lion cubs made their public debut at the zoo.
In June, one lioness gave birth to twins and then another had triplets.
The cubs weighed about six pounds each. Zookeepers give them milk five times a day.
The babies will be on display through the end of August.
CNN contributed to this report.
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