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The Seneca Park Zoo's nine-week-old lion cubs are now the stars of a 24-hour Zoo Cam.
The still unnamed male and female cub are the children of two lions from the Seneca Park Zoo's "A Step Into Africa" exhibit.
The camera gives up close views of play time, feeding time, and sleeping time for the young animals, who are not part of the exhibit at this time.
"The cam gives our visitors exactly what they've been asking for - a chance to see the cubs," said Rachel Baker August, Executive Director of the Seneca Park Zoo Society. "The community has enthusiastically embraced A Step Into Africa since it opened last year and the recent addition of cubs has everyone talking."
To view the cubs on camera, click here.