First I must admit that I altered this Lemur photo I took at the Zoo’s Madagascar exhibit. Any of you who have taken the family to see “Madagascar”, I am sure will still recognise the number one aid to King Julien. His eyes are not really this big, and neither is his claws. But you have to stay indoors long enough to let your eyes fully adjust if you are going to see him. He is really more of a night person, so they have his room dark during the day and light at night, so you have a better chance of seeing him moving around inside the exhibit. If you really want to see what he looks like for real, you are just going to have to come to the Henry Doorly Zoo and see for yourself.
Coming to a Zoo near you, it’s the real live friends of Madagascar. The Henry Doorly Zoo is opening a new exhibit straight out of the real life Madagascar. On May 7th, 2010, everyone will have the opportunity to walk through the newest exhibit filled with the wildlife of the island of Madagascar.
Of course there will be Lemurs of various types, the changing shades of Chameleons, and no visit would be complete with the dreaded Fossa.
Though I do not have any photo’s yet to share, I just like everyone else, will be in line to capture, “what is new” at the Zoo.