Brother and sister snow leopard cubs are stealing the show in Los Angeles

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The Los Angeles Zoo has unveiled its latest adorable animals as part of their roster. Two snow leopard kittens rough-housed rambunctiously in their public debut earlier this week.

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The siblings, one male and one female, were born back in May. They explored their outdoor habitat with their mother, Georgina, as patrons looked on.

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The fuzzy babies are the first for their three-year-old mom and five-year-old dad, Fred, who were paired together two years ago as part of a species survival plan.

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Snow leopards are endangered but are found in the wild throughout Central Asia.

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