Tumai's Cubs

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Words on Back: Tumai gave birth to four cubs in November 2004 at the National Zoo. I watched the two males, Askari and Damara, tucker each other out in June 2005. Askari means guard or watchman in Swahili. Damara refers to a group of people indigenous to Namibia. I do not know which is which. They now live at the Milwaukee County Zoo as part of the Cheetah Species Survival Plan.

This design is not available as a card but is available as a print.

About Prints: Unframed print is attached to foam board with a tag on back for quick hanging. Print may be easily detached from backing and framed as you wish ($30).

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Unframed Print - DP906UF
Magnet (2 x 3) - MG47

Tumai's Cubs

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