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Brit Spaugh Zoo getting pairs of bear, lion cubs

Brit Spaugh Zoo will receive this male serval cat sometime in November. Zoo Director Scott Gregory said there are plans to breed serval cats at the zoo.

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Zoo Director Scott Gregory could barely contain his excitement. Great Bend’s Brit Spaugh Zoo is getting two grizzly bears and two lions next month. All four animals were born in January and are coming from the Living Treasures Animal Park at Donegal, Pa.
The zoo is also expecting an African serval cat to be flown in next month from New Zealand, and may be close to finding a male arctic fox it can breed with the female acquired last year from Canada, Gregory announced Thursday at the Great Bend Zoological Society’s annual meeting.
In a night of “big ...

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