Transfers of chimpanzees from a zoo to another can be challenging (chimps are very sensitive to stress and can be very aggressive to one another). That's why we have proceeded very gradually to give Homer enough time to get used both to his new keepers and his new living place.
The dominant female of our ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) group located in the monkey house has just gave birth to a new baby! Still tight to its mother's belly and strongly protected by her, the baby is doing well. The keepers haven't been able to determine its sex for now.