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Your morning adorable: White lion cub plays with keeper at Serbia's Belgrade Zoo

White lion cubs

Serbia's Belgrade Zoo welcomed two white lion cubs in December.  White lions have a rare color mutation; they're not albinos. 

In the wild, they live only in the Timbavati area of South Africa (although most white lions in the world today are in zoos).

Photographer Srdjan Ilic captured one of the cubs, Kasper (right), having a great time with zookeeper Nadja Radovic. 

--Lindsay Barnett

Photo: Srdjan Ilic/Associated Press

 
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I am afraid cubs got older and they have eaten Nadja. God rest her soul, she was tasty :P

i hope the woman is the keeper,cause mummy didnt look to happy!!!!!!!!!

It's a mutation caused from inbreeding.

soooooooooo cute i want a white lion!!


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