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The Doorly Pride, Lions Pride

 Anon.
Finished in 1989

by: Bob Geulich
Medium: Bronze
Dimensions: 6' x 11' x 6'

Location

Downtown
Henry Doorly Zoo 3701 S. 10th Street
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Description

Sculpture Animal. A pride of lions, including one adult mail, three adult females and eight cubs.

Additional Information

A pride of lions, including one adult male, three adult females and eight cubs, in varying positions and stances. The adult male, one adult female and one cub stand as if alert at the south end of the sculpture. The remainder of the lions are depicted as being either at rest or at play. The lions are situated on a base resembling a natural rocky landscape, with surrounding brick bench seating area. The piece was a gift from Harry A. Kock, Jr. and his wife Gail, granddaughter of Henry Doorly, after whom the Henry Doorly Zoo is named.