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Lions resting at the Pepper Family Wildlife Center at Lincoln Park Zoo

Lions are back at Lincoln Park Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo recently welcomed four new lions to call Chicago home. People can see the lions, as well as red pandas, snow leopards and other creatures at the zoo’s newly reopened state-of-the-art habitat -- a major renovation of the famed lion house first built in 1912.

Reset checks in with a zoo official for a behind-the-scenes tour.

GUEST: Maureen Leahy, vice president of animal care and horticulture, Lincoln Park Zoo

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