A critically endangered lemur has been born at a British zoo at the Wild Place Project, near Bristol. The tiny Lake Alaotra gentle lemur is smaller than a tennis ball but its birth is crucial to the survival of this rare species. Now two weeks old, the primate is the second gentle lemur to be born to parents Tiana and Roa in the past two years. His brother Hazo is still living in the family group.
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