A female L’Hoest’s monkey (Allochrocebus lhoesti) was born on July 23 by a caesarean performed on her 9-year old mother.
Indeed, when dystocia (difficult delivery) is confirmed, the veterinary team must intervene very quickly to allow the birth of the baby.
9 Indian pythons (Python molurus molurus) have hatched at the vivarium after 75 days of incubation.
The eggs laid by our snakes and tortoises are systematically placed in incubators to enable them to develop under appropriate conditions.
For the second year in a row, our female red-ruffed lemur (Varecia rubra) has given birth to triplets! The youngsters, whose sex has not been determined yet, are doing well. This is the fourth litter our 9-year-old female. Our group now has 8 individuals.