The demon of Africa: the Denver zoo save 200-Grabovogo rare lemur

Beatrix, the mother of a newborn baby refused to feed him.

Демон Африки: В зоопарке Денвера спасают 200-грамового редкого лемура

This species of lemur is on the verge of extinction. In 1933 it was considered extinct, but in 1957 was discovered the remaining rare species. In Africa this cute little Primate called a demon. The natives of Madagascar consider him the devil incarnate. A newborn lemur at birth was so small that he weighed only 200 grams, and his mother Beatrix refused to feed him. Zookeepers in Denver, gave him the name Tonks, inspired by the series of novels about Harry Potter. They have completely replaced the tiny rule of his mother and saved him. Now Tonks slowly gaining weight and overgrown hair. His long ears – a constant subject of good jokes on the part of zoo employees.

Демон Африки: В зоопарке Денвера спасают 200-грамового редкого лемура

Because of its fanciful appearance, long fingers and ears, whistling sounds, which publishes the animal was a victim of the African tribes, ascribing to him an evil force. At present in zoos of the United States are 24 rare lemur. The number living in the wild is unknown.

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