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Denver Zoo's Two Lemur Species Get Own Spaces

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Published on Oct 9, 2013

Denver Zoo guests can now see lemurs in two separate outdoor locations. The red-ruffed and ring-tailed lemurs once rotated time on Lemur Island and inside Emerald Forest. Recently though some space opened up in another exhibit when the zoo's two squirrel monkeys left for California's Santa Ana Zoo to provide companionship for that zoo's lone female. The ring-tailed lemurs have moved into that area full-time and now get their own outdoor space leaving the red-ruffed lemurs with exclusive access to the island. This move benefits both species as they both get a bit more space to stretch out and enjoy more time outside -- just in time for Colorado's beautiful fall weather.

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