King of Flamingo Lagoon

The Flamingo Lagoon is ruled by fourteen ring-tailed lemurs and two common brown lemurs that have plenty of room to roam freely. The lemurs go wild on the two adventure islands and love to show you their climbing, acrobatic, and grooming skills. Do not be surprised when the lemurs are lazily sunbathing, as it is one of their favourite pastimes in addition to all that climbing and cavorting. 

Madagascar’s ambassador

The ring-tailed lemur is a prosimian that exists solely on the island of Madagascar. The social and curious animals live in groups of 5 to 30 individuals. There’s a clear ranking within the group, dominated by the females.

Did you know…

A ring-tailed lemur’s tail has 13 rings by default? That’s also where their name comes from. They use their tail to communicate, among other purposes.

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