Shepreth Wildlife Park lemurs lend a hand to raise cash for conservation in Madagascar

PUBLISHED: 08:22 13 February 2017 | UPDATED: 08:22 13 February 2017

21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell

21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell

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The Cambridgeshire zoo is giving a chance to meet the lemurs for £25 on Valentine’s Day.

21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell

In response to recent media coverage on the devistating decline of lemurs in Madagascar, Shepreth Wildlife Park are making this Valentine’s Day all about the Lemurs with a big “Love Your Lemurs” Charity Event.

The park is offering experiencs out to Lemur Island with its ringtail lemurs, as well as a chance to meet and feed its ruffed lemurs for just £25 a person.

There will also be paintings, cakes, and other items for sale as well as a raffel to raise money for the AEECL- Lemur Conservation Association.

Shepreth Wildlife Park is a family-run wildlife park in rural Shepreth geared towards conservation and education.

21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Ringtailed Lemurs. Picture: Keith Heppell

More information can be found online.

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