There has been a Lemur baby boom of late at Cotswold Wildlife Park. Five babies have been born in the exhibit originally opened by comedian Ruby Wax in 2008.
One Ring-tailed baby in particular has attracted much attention due to the fact he only has one arm.
A rare black lemur has been born at Drusillas Park in East Sussex and is thriving under the watchful guidance of proud parents, Clementine and Lofti. The tiny female hitchhiker will be carried around by its mother for more than 130 days.
One of the rarest and most elusive primates in the world has given birth at an animal park in Kent.
Primate keepers at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park near Ashford were delighted when Belle, a female greater bamboo lemur had the baby.
The newborn is still too tiny to tell what its gender is and it has n't been named yet.
A new species of lemur's on show at Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury in Kent.
Visitors can now meet red bellied lemurs, as well as black and crowned lemurs.