Khao Kheow Open Zoo debuts a new baby ring-tailed lemur

Sri Racha —

Khao Kheow Open Zoo recently introduced a new baby ring-tailed lemur earlier this weekend, May 6th. 

Mr. Tewin Rattanawongsawat, the director of the Khao Kheow Open Zoo, had previously introduced a new member of the ring-tailed lemur family on March 15th, and it had just made an official debut to the public Friday, May 6th, while sheepishly clinging to its mother’s back and occasionally climbing on a tree.

The baby ring-tailed lemur was male and was in good health. Khao Kheow Open Zoo was nurturing 21 ring-tailed lemurs at present, 13 males and 8 females.

Mr. Tewin told the visitors that the baby lemur was good news to the zoo. He invited everyone to closely feed and take pictures with the lemur on Saturday, Sunday, and other public holidays at Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Bang Phra sub-district, Si Racha, Chonburi.

For more information, please dial 038-318-444. 


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