The lion’s latest home in Singapore has been built for Sanger Institute of Technology (SIT), and it’s part of a massive expansion of the institution.
The lion was born in November 2011 in a zoo in Beijing.
It was brought to Singapore for the first time in 2014 and then adopted by an elderly man in 2015.
Its current home is located at the Sanger Institution of Science and Technology (SONST) and will be renamed the SANG Foundation’s new lion enclosure.
It will be one of several new lion enclosures around the world that SANG will expand.
The lion is now a member of the SST’s Conservation Fund, which has been around since the late 1980s.
The SANG Institute of Science will now be a non-profit organization.
As part of the expansion, SST will be able to offer courses and scholarships for students from across the world.
The university will also expand its facilities, which will include new laboratories, classrooms, laboratories for research, and offices for staff.
There will also be an increased focus on environmental sustainability in the institution, which is now set to be built on the site of an old railway depot.
It’s unclear whether the lion will be housed in a cage or a room, but SANG hopes to have an indoor facility up and running by 2019.
The new lion will have a habitat of more than 20,000 square meters, including a conservation area of around 40,000 acres.
SANG said it will also help other lion conservation projects throughout the world, and that its new lion habitat will be a permanent part of SANG’s campus.