Discover more about lemurs and find out how we’re helping the species in the wild in this week’s mini Conservation Matters lesson.
We’re excited to reveal a very special statue to help us highlight the plight of Madagascan lemurs. The gigantic steel artwork featuring a ring-tailed lemur leaping from one pole to another, with a baby gripping its back, provides a focal point in our one-acre walkthrough exhibit and is another way for us to engage with […]
We’re marking Flashback Friday today, but as it’s also Working Naked Day (yes you read that right!) we’re turning back the clock 10 years to when a group of brave zoo keepers bared all in a saucy charity calendar! The daring team shed their uniforms to feature in the 2009 DZG calendar, which raised hundreds […]
We’re getting ready to celebrate our five lemur species to mark World Lemur Day. There’s a raffle with the chance to win a lemur adoption package, lemur face painting and a name the lemur teddy competition, with all proceeds going to help protect lemurs in the wild. World Lemur Day is celebrated on October 26 […]
We’re celebrating some of DZG’s most popular creatures this weekend as part of World Lemur Festival. And we’re using this opportunity to introduce you to Tom and Jerry – our newly-sexed and named ring-tailed boys! The youngsters were born to Phoebe and Frank in April and are proving popular additions to our walkthrough wood. And […]
DZG staff and visitors heard all about the vital conservation work being undertaken for the critically endangered blue-eyed black lemur in Madagascar during a special presentation. We’re three years into a five-year pledge to support the Lemur Conservation Association AEECL, which is helping secure a future for lemurs in the wild through a successful education […]