Help us name these rare baby leopards

One baby boy, one baby girl - what do you think these cuties should be named? Credit: Wildlife Heritage Foundation

Two rare baby leopards have been born at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation at Smarden in Kent.The Amur leopard is the rarest big cat in the world. It's estimated that there are only around 30 of them left in the wild.

Staff at the Big Cat Sanctuary hope to introduce them to a special breeding programme safeguard the future of the species.

But first, the little brother and sister need to have names. What would you call them?

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation would love to hear your suggestions. Post your ideas here or email them at getinvolved@whf.org.uk

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Names needed for leopard cubs

Two rare leopard cubs have been born at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Kent and Meridian viewers have been invited to name them.