Visitors to Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury, this May half term can get set for spring by exploring the 90 acre park whilst spotting the new adorable arrivals, including the latest addition to the black lemur family.
Joanne Marden, Deputy Head of Primate Section said: This is the second baby for parents, Aprily and Gasy – we’re delighted to see this little addition doing so well and the recent warm weather means that visitors should be able to spot them easily in their walk through open top enclosure.’
The wild animal park, near Canterbury, has enjoyed a baby boom across the park recently and further new additions include baby Brazilian tapirs, dusky langur monkeys and a variety of fawns in the deer park.
Carole Thomas, Communications Manager said: ‘Spring is a great time of year at Howletts and I always enjoy the new arrivals it brings to the park. Half term is the perfect opportunity for visitors to come and see their favourite animals and our latest additions too.’
Howletts has also announced that there will be plenty of activities taking place every day throughout the half term break including self guided trails, lively educational talks and the opportunity to plant seeds to take home.
Howletts will be open every day throughout half term with activities taking place at the Education Centre.
Seed planting will take place every day and visitors are encouraged to be at the Education Centre between 10.30am and 11.30am. Talk times will be displayed on the information boards around the park.