A few lions from Naples Zoo to move to Brevard Zoo’s Wild Florida loop

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A trio of African lion brothers — Chobe, Karoo and Ruaha — are set to develop into showpiece maned sights at Brevard Zoo.

The furry 2-year-old excellent cats live at Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens. Crews in Viera are wrapping up design on a momentary “bachelor pad” in the Wild Florida loop, as described in a Brevard Zoo membership brochure.

“I feel it will be very, extremely well known. Since, naturally, the a person criticism we’ve heard over the yrs is, ‘Where’re the lions and tigers and bears?’ ” Brevard Zoo Executive Director Keith Winsten said.

“Acquiring lions will be as interesting a species as we can insert, especially a few males in this quite beautiful exhibit. I assume they’re going to have a big affect,” he reported.

If all goes well, Winsten reported the lion pleasure may possibly shift from Naples to Viera later this month.

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