It was a beautiful day today at the Lake Superior Zoo, who marked World Lemur Festival by announcing the names of their four baby lemurs, making a donation on behalf of zoo guests to the Madagascar Fauna Group and having plenty of fun for both visitors and prosimians
The baby lemurs names have been chosen and they will be announced as part of a fun day at the Lake Superior Zoo. The World Lemur Festival aims to raise awareness about lemurs and Madagascar's unique heritage. The Lake Superior Zoo will mark World Lemur Festival with events this Friday, October 24.
Border collies are very smart dogs, and this is definitely true about Carbon. We had a chance to talk with Jenny from Animal Allies and she describes this 2 1/2 year old dog as a wonderful pet looking for a good home.
LOOK AT THAT FACE! Adorbs! Not one, but TWO sets of lemur twins were born this past summer at the Lake Superior Zoo's Primate Conservation Center! The first set was a male and a female born on May 31. The second set were both female born on June 29. The staff at the zoo have come up with a fun way to name the babies and help biodiversity in Madagascar!
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