Houston Zoo Debuts Baby Jaguars For First Time in Over a Decade
The public is finally getting a chance to see the Houston Zoo's new baby jaguars. After four months of bonding with mom, they put their best paws forward for their big debut. Fitz and Emma are the zoo's first jaguars in 12 years. Jaguars are mostly found in South and Central America, and their numbers are declining due to habitat loss. The zoo is working with Brazil's government to help save the beautiful spotted cats. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.