Two new baby Ring-tailed lemurs, an endangered species native to Madegascar, were recently born at the Staten Island Zoo. The female named "Jyn" and a male named Han were born a day apart with different mothers, but the same father.
According to animal handler Deana Romanello, the two enjoy a diet of fresh vegetables and fruit. In the wild they nibble on flowers, herbs, bark and sap, as well as spiders, caterpillars, cicadas and grasshoppers.
Check out the accompanying article on the Staten Island Advance for more.
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