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 reintroduced two critically endangered new world monkeys to the DZG collection, a decade after we last held the species. Cotton-top tamarins, Katy and Rufus, are settling into the Small Primate House, after the nine year-old female arrived from Birmingham Conservation Park and the eight year-old male, relocated from London Zoo. Trainee Keeper, Cara Sheldon, … Continue reading Rare monkey arrivals