We’ve had another baby arrive in the Small Primate House and we’re thrilled it’s our third critically endangered black-and-white ruffed lemur in two months! The youngster is the first offspring of 17 year-old mum, Anna and 15 year-old dad, Earl and was born on April 21 – eight weeks after we welcomed twins to fellow … Continue reading Another birth!
There’s definitely something in the air on our primate sections as we’ve had another birth! Pygmy marmosets Pam and Hendrix have welcomed another baby, bringing the Small Primate House group to 16. Section Leader Pat Stevens said: “Pam is a very experienced mum, so she’s doing really well and the baby looks great too.” Pam … Continue reading Another primate baby!
Here’s definitely something to brighten your Monday morning…meet our very cute newborn baby black-and-white ruffed lemur! And that’s not all – as there’s another one hiding in the box as we’ve had twins! The babies were born to 17-year-old mum, Olivia and 25-year-old dad, Broom, on February 19 in the Small Primate House and have … Continue reading Peepo baby!
We’ve welcomed another minute marmoset to our pygmy pack – the 15th baby to mum Pam and dad Hendrix. The tiny pygmy marmoset baby, pictured with its mum and dad, arrived on September 30 and is being well looked after by several members of the growing group. We now have a total of 15 pygmy … Continue reading Baby number 15!
There’s a double dose of joy in our Patagonian mara enclosure following the birth of twins! The two lovely little ones were born to mum Martha and dad Barry on September 2 and are both thriving. Keeper Josh Luxton said: “Mum and dad are doing a fantastic job of looking after the youngsters. The parents … Continue reading Mini maras
Three gecko hatchlings born in DZG’s Reptile House have taken up residence down on the Farm. Two tiny Standing’s day geckos, born on August 7 and 10, and a tokay gecko which hatched on May 7 have just moved into a special hatchling area in the farm barn. Senior Keeper Kirsty Thornton said: “The geckos … Continue reading A trio of hatchlings
We’ve got baby news in our birds section where a red-crested turaco chick has hatched. Senior Bird Keeper Ben Vanes has just caught up with the little one to put an identification ring on its leg, but we don’t yet know if it is male or female. The chick, born to our breeding pair in … Continue reading Turaco tot
Primate keepers have discovered our gorgeous lar gibbon baby is a boy and have called him Gary. And our twin ring-tailed lemurs, who were born just four days after Gary, have been given unisex names Sulu and Sarek, as they have not yet been sexed. The lar gibbon and ring-tailed lemurs, which are both classed … Continue reading Gorgeous Gary
Spotting newborn animals at DZG has been made extra easy – even if they are as tiny as our adorable new pygmy marmoset. Circular signs saying ‘Zoo baby here’ have gone up in our Small Primate House after the minute monkey was born on May 1 to mum Pam and dad Hendrix. The little one is … Continue reading Baby spotting
Dudley Zoo is celebrating a bundle of spring babies including a capuchin, a black lemur, a Barbary sheep and two bats. The latest additions to our 1,600-strong collection have all been born within the last 10 days, with the Barbary sheep birth being witnessed by visitors just two days ago. The baby boom kicked off … Continue reading Babies spring up