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The red-ruffed lemur babies are already climbing around their enclosure, causing their mother a few headaches. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

New lemur babies born at Myakka foundation

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The red-ruffed lemur babies are already climbing around their enclosure, causing their mother a few headaches. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The red-ruffed lemur mother, Zazabe, immediately took well to parenthood, which isn't always the case. Her babies have already doubled their body weight. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The red-ruffed lemur mother, Zazabe, immediately took well to parenthood, which isn't always the case. Her babies have already doubled their body weight. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The collared brown lemur baby will likely cling to its mother, Isabelle, for another two to six weeks before moving around its enclosure. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The collared brown lemur baby will likely cling to its mother, Isabelle, for another two to six weeks before moving around its enclosure. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The red-ruffed lemur babies will grow quickly, reaching adult size by about eight months old. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The red-ruffed lemur babies will grow quickly, reaching adult size by about eight months old. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The red-ruffed lemur babies are already climbing around their enclosure, causing their mother a few headaches. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The red-ruffed lemur babies are already climbing around their enclosure, causing their mother a few headaches. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The collared brown lemur baby will likely cling to its mother, Isabelle, for another two to six weeks before moving around its enclosure. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The collared brown lemur baby will likely cling to its mother, Isabelle, for another two to six weeks before moving around its enclosure. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

The newborn red-ruffed lemur triplets are all girls. They have already doubled their body weight since birth. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 |

The newborn red-ruffed lemur triplets are all girls. They have already doubled their body weight since birth. (Courtesy of Lemur Conservation Foundation)

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