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The Greenville Zoo is mourning the loss of one of their beloved African Lions, Saied. At the age of 15, Saied was humanely euthanized after battling multiple health issues. He had been receiving treatment for degenerative joint disease and a spinal neurological issue, but recent testing revealed that his conditions had worsened significantly.

Despite their best efforts to save him, the difficult decision was made to euthanize him. Saied had joined the Greenville Zoo from the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia back in 2010, and was known as the dominant male of the pair. His brother Chuma will now be monitored by zoo staff as he adjusts to life without his sibling.

The zoo is planning a remembrance for Saied, and will provide updates on their progress as they develop it. Visitors and animal lovers are encouraged to share their memories and thoughts about Saied on social media using the hashtag #RememberingSaied. The Greenville Zoo thanks everyone for their support during this difficult time and asks for continued patience as they navigate this loss.

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