Fota call on public to help name two new arrivals

Fota call on public to help name two new arrivals

Fota Wildlife Park is delighted to announce two new Ring-tailed Lemur babies, the first set of babies born at Fota Wildlife Park of this endangered species in 12 years. Fota Wildlife Park is calling on the public to help name the two babies via an online survey at www.fotawildlife.ie/news and are offering a chance to win one of two year-long Conversation annual passes to the Park. Picture: Michael O’Sullivan /OSM PHOTO

Fota Wildlife are looking for help to name two new baby animals that were born at the park earlier this year.

Two new endangered ring-tailed lemur babies - a male and a female - were born to Quincy and Aqua in March and April of this year. 

The pair are the first set of babies born at Fota Wildlife Park of this endangered species in 12 years.

In a post on social media, Fota Wildlife said: "At nearly five and four months old the youngsters are very active and at a perfect stage for our visitors to spot them in their beautiful wildflower island habitat (just off Palm Walk, by Madagascan Village) in Fota Wildlife Park."

People can suggest names for the new lemurs on www.fotawildlife.ie/news to be in with a chance to win a year-long annual pass.

Book now for the Bank Holiday Weekend on www.fotawildlife.ie

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