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Check out the lion cubs!

You won’t be able to see the National Zoo’s newborn lion cubs in person until late fall, but as of today you can watch them rolling around and snuggling with their mama live on the zoo’s web cam.  The four cubs—the first litter at the zoo in more than 20 years—were born on Tuesday. Lions spend most of the day either sleeping or lounging around, so you may have to keep an eye on the cam for a while before you see any cuteness in action.

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