Ring-tailed lemurs at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park.
The new ring-tailed lemurs are settling in into their new home at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park in Edgbaston - Two of the ring-tailed lemurs were born at the park last month.
A spokesperson from Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, said: “We are very happy to welcome the arrival of ring-tailed lemur twins. This is the first time we have had twins at the park. They are doing very well.”
The Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park (formally known as Birmingham Nature Centre), which is located on Pershore Road in Edgbaston, is home to a wide range of animals, including charismatic and exciting species like Meerkats, Lemurs, Red Pandas, Golden Lion Tamarins, Ocelots, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Otters and a large collection of endangered reptiles.
The park is open daily between 10AM and 5PM (Last admission 4PM).
- Adults £5.50
- Adults accompanying a child under 3 years £5.50
- Concessions (Senior citizens, students, passport to leisure holders) £4.50
- Child aged 3-15 years inclusive £3.00
- Children under 3 FREE
- (All children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult)
- Family Day Ticket (2 adults & max 3 children aged 3-15 years) £18.00
- Family Day Ticket (1 adult & max 3 children aged 3-15 years) £12.50
- Season Tickets - Family £70
- Season Tickets - Single Adult £50
- Season Tickets - Concessionary (Senior citizens, students, passport to leisure holders) £45
(Video: Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park)