The Paris zoo unveiled two baby Jaguars and three Fossas to the public.
The newest members of the zoo were moved to their outside enclosure for the public to see.
The two baby female Jaguars, called Lenca and Aloha, born on July 7, weighed about 4 kilos at birth. They can grow up to eight feet in length and weigh up to 120 kilos.
There are about 150,000 to 200,000 Jaguars left in the wild.
Fossas are carnivorous cat-like animals related to mongooses and are native to Madagascar, where only 2,000 of the species remain, and are in vulnerable state.
They can live more than 20 years.