Hungarian zoo gets two new jaguars

Budapest, May 27 (MTI) – An area specially built for two recently obtained jaguars was opened at Szeged (S) Zoo on Sunday.

The one-year-old spotted she-jaguar has come from the zoo of Halle, Germany, and the eight-month-old black male has so far lived in another Hungarian zoo, Robert Veprik, director of the facility said at the opening ceremony.

The director added that a crocodile and a cheetah were also scheduled to join his menagerie in the near future.

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