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Rare lemur born at San Diego Zoo

2016年 6月 10日 Friday - 01:11

A rare red ruffed lemur named ''Ony'' was born three weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo.

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NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A rare red ruffed lemur, born almost three weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo, had his weight checked at the zoo's Primate Propagation Center this week. The lemur, the first of its species to be born at the facility in 13 years, weighed in at 9.2 ounces (260 grams). "Our red ruffed lemur baby will be almost three weeks old. He is 260 grams today. Mom is doing a great job taking care of him. She's a first time mom. We were a little nervous at first because ruffed lemurs are very fragile when they're born, but she's been doing a great job," said zookeeper Kristen Watkins The lemur was given the name "Ony," which means river in Madagascar's Malagasy language.

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Rare lemur born at San Diego Zoo

2016年 6月 10日 Friday - 01:11