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Primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo (Photos)

UK's Blair Drummond Safari Park in Edinburgh celebrated a primate baby boom with four births including two Barbary macaques, a critically endangered red ruffed Lemur and a ring tailed Lemur in recent weeks.

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A primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo

A primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo

A primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo

A primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo

A primate baby boom celebrated at UK zoo

Blair Drummond Safari Park is a family visitor attraction located near Stirling in Scotland. It opened to the public on 15 May 1970 and is home to over 350 animals, many of which roam freely or are kept in large enclosures in the 120-acre estate.

A top family attraction and home to over 350 rare and exotic animals. Meet Scotland's only giraffes, experience the monkey drive-thru, immerse yourself in our sea lion and bird of prey presentations, take a boat trip to Chimp Island and run wild in our giant adventure play area.

Located just outside Stirling, Blair Drummond Safari Park is one of Scotland's most exciting visitor attractions and the perfect place for a family day out.

We're part of a worldwide network of zoos which cares for rare species, we are part of the Endangered Species Breeding Programme, and we support conservation projects in the UK and around the world.

Blair Drummond Safari Park promises a fun filled day for all the family.
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