2 lemur pups, an endangered species, are born in Loro Parque

The Loro Parque has welcomed the birth of two lemur pups, belonging to an endangered species with a wild population of only 2,500 individuals.

At Loro Parque, two young ringed lemurs, a species classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, have recently been born. With these new additions, the total number of offspring born in the park’s enclosure has reached five since the arrival of the first pair in 2017.

The ringed lemurs are a primate species, and their unique characteristics set them apart from other species within the same genus. At present, there are only around 2,500 individuals of this species remaining in the world.

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