New cheetah cubs to debut at Wild Animal Park for ‘Big Cat Week’

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New cheetah cubs to debut at Wild Animal Park for ‘Big Cat Week’

Photo courtesy Wild Animal Park

It’s Big Cat Week at Wild Animal Park in Chittenango, and on Sunday some cheetah cubs will finally be on display.

They will be out at 10:30 a.m. The goal of the week is to promote big cat conservation. The Wild Animal Park is the only place in the state where all seven big cat species can be seen.

You can also enter a photo contest and win free passes to the park.

More info on Big Cat Week and the photo contest can be found on the park’s Facebook page.

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