Spider, one of our newly named baby ring-tailed lemur twins, wasted no time living up to his moniker as keepers spotted him scuttling across the new children’s rope bridge! The bridge is the latest addition to the new-look Lemur Wood, for anyone under 1.5 metres to use and keepers spotted Spider, who is the tiniest … Continue reading Exploring lemur twins
Pssst, Frank the ring-tailed lemur here, just to let you know that Lemur Wood is closed for a little while as we’re getting a new-look home! We’re all very excited, apparently we’re getting new pathways and steps around our one-acre walkthrough and a Madagascan information hut which you’ll be able to read all about the … Continue reading Lemur Wood closes for revamp
A huddle of our ring-tailed lemurs had the right idea when it came to keeping toasty on a sunny winter’s day – a group hug! As the temperature dipped, the group gathered in a sunny spot on the ledge of one of the dens in their one-acre Lemur Wood home for a mass cuddle. Head … Continue reading Snuggle-up Sunday!
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
DZG has bumper baby news on our primates section following the birth of twin ring-tailed lemurs and a tiny lar gibbon. Keepers are delighted by the arrival of the little lemurs and the lar gibbon, which are both classed as endangered in the wild. The baby lar gibbon (pictured above right), born on March 14, … Continue reading Three new babies!