Cotswold Wildlife Park’s annual ‘Lemur Week’ takes place this weekend until the 2nd of June to highlight the plight of the world’s most endangered lemurs and to raise awareness and funds for the Park’s conservation projects. Visitors will have the chance to take part in a variety of lemur-themed activities and learn more about these […]
Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire welcomed three very special new arrivals to the Primate Section recently – two incredibly rare Lemur species and a new mate for their male Sloth. Writing exclusively for Discover Animals, Natalie Horner, Deputy Section Head of Primates and Small Mammals at Cotswold Wildlife explains what is involved in welcoming new animals […]
Named for the unique call they send echoing through Madagascar’s forests. These tree-dwelling primates remain upright throughout, leaping from tree to tree by jumping with their powerful hind legs.
Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire was the brainchild of John Heyworth, who in 1969, transformed the overgrown Bradwell Grove Estate into a wildlife park, which has seen over 12 million visitors since it officially opened in 1970.