A wildlife sanctuary in Kent is celebrating the birth of two extremely rare Amur Leopard cubs.
They were born a couple of months ago to Mum Xizi as part of a breeding programme at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Smarden.
And with only 30 of them left in the wild, it's a timely event - the Amur Leopard is now the rarest big cat on our planet. Andrea Thomas went to meet the new arrivals. Click on the link below to see her report.
Staff at the Big Cat Sanctuary need your help to give the cubs - one boy and one girl - new names
What would you call them?
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation would love to hear from you - or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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