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Double trouble for the Zoo's Black-and-white Ruffed Lemurs

Leaping lemurs! We’ve recently welcomed two critically endangered Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur twins.

Born to mother ‘Tave’ and father, ‘Oscar’ the pair are vital to help put their species a step further away from extinction. In fact, many of the lemurs residing in Madagascar were zoo born animals which were introduced to help sure up fragmented populations which have suffered due to habitat loss. 

The twins, who’s sex is currently unknown, are becoming more curious as they explore the world around them. 

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