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CUB

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Cuba. The code is used for transactions to and from Cuban bank accounts and for international shipping to Cuba. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The lioness is aggressive and she, after giving birth to cubs, used to not feed them.
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Because of the bad economic situation and the difficulty of finding food and drink (for the animals), I was forced to put up for sale three cubs born around a month ago," he said.
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It is quite possible she has lost her own cubs, and found the leopard cub in her bereaved state when she would be particularly vulnerable," he said.
He said that the lioness has cubs of the same age as the leopard cub, who is between two to three weeks old.
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According to the Lahore Zoo Management, all the cubs are healthy and now total number of the lions in the park has reached to 16.
Charles, the Prince of Wales, talks to cubs during his visit to RAF St Athan in 1970
Er Shun gave birth to the cubs 13 minutes apart shortly after 3 am ET, the zoo said in a statement.
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