SAN DIEGO (AP) — Two beloved, elderly lions have died at zoos in California.
The San Francisco Zoo introduced Wednesday 16-year-old male African lion named Jahari died Monday of previous age. African lions stay to about 14 within the wild.
He was born at the zoo in 2003 and raised by the workers after his mom died shortly after giving delivery.
The zoo’s CEO, Tanya Peterson, says Jahari will likely be remembered for his bellowing roar that may very well be heard from each nook of the zoo.
Jahari leaves a mate and a son.
Meanwhile, the San Diego Zoo says a 15-year-old lion named M’bari was euthanized Wednesday.
The zoo says the African male was in declining well being from age.
M’bari and his mate got here to the zoo in 2009. The zoo says M’bari’s roar additionally may very well be heard across the facility.
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