Budapest Zoo introduces new arrivals
The zoo has new baby lemurs, ring-tailed coatis, zebras, giraffes, orangutans and many other animals on show
Budapest Zoo has announced that it has "plenty of baby animals" waiting for visitors during the summer holidays.
According to reports, the zoo has new baby lemurs, ring-tailed coatis, zebras, giraffes, orangutans and many other animals on show.
Two “roos” of the rare brush-tailed bettong are roaming out of their pouches, and there are babies from the kowaris, the brush-tailed marsupial rat.
Two female ring-tailed lemurs recently had babies, and an infant was born to one of the nocturnal monkeys living in the Palm House.
Among the predators, Asian wild dogs have given birth to six puppies, and there are also six coati cubs.
The sloths were joined by a baby in May, and there are new arrivals among the naked mole-rats living in the Magic Mountain.
There are also new arrivals for the hoofed ungulates, giraffes, the Chinese muntjac deer, zebras and a selection of birds.