You'll remember the National Zoo from this summer, when we featured it for having baby monkeys and baby otters and baby clouded leopards. We can also personally confirm that as of today the zoo has on exhibit both its baby fishing cats and its slightly older cheetah cubs (they're not quite babies but they're still very small). They all sleep a lot, because they're cats, and so they can. But they're definitely on exhibit.
If you're going to visit you'll also need to check out the zoo's American Trail, which reopened recently after three years of renovations. The Washington Post gallery of the revamped exhibits are here. The zoo runs activities along the trail every few hours, most of which involve feedings and trainings for the seals, sea lions, and otters. In between there are exhibits with wolves and at the end there's an Amazon exhibit with the largest fish you'll see this side of...umm...the Amazon.
[Photo: Omri Ceren / Jaunted]