We’ve had another yellow-breasted capuchin birth less than five months after his half-brother, Archie arrived. Our seventh baby was born on August 22 to ten year-old parents Holly and Willow. Upper Primates Keeper, Sian-Leigh Simner, said: “This is Holly’s third baby and it’s the smallest one we’ve ever had. But it’s feeding well and is getting … Continue reading Another baby capuchin!
We’ve discovered our baby rare yellow-breasted capuchin is another boy and has been named Archie. He’s the sixth baby to be born at DZG since we introduced the critically endangered species in 2011 and they’ve all been male! The youngster was born on March 31 to 13 year-old mum, Dinya and nine year-old dad, … Continue reading Introducing Archie!
Our rare yellow-breasted capuchins are enjoying their newly built enclosure, which was completed just in time to welcome another addition to the family! The tiny primate was born to 13 year-old mum, Dinya and nine year-old dad, Willow, on Friday, just days after the capuchins moved into their new home – which is the first … Continue reading New home, new baby!
DZG’s £295,000 anniversary revamp programme is underway with contractors getting to work on a new-look home for one of our rarest species of primate. The first stage of the site’s modernisation work includes a £20,000 rebuild of the outdoor area for the critically endangered Yellow-breasted capuchins off the Small Primate House. DZG Curator Richard Brown, … Continue reading Capuchin work underway