New gibbon for Noah’s Ark

PUBLISHED: 14:00 01 November 2012

Baby gibbon born at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm.

Baby gibbon born at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm.

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■ A BABY gibbon will be attracting attention at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall.

Siamang gibbon Salome has given birth to her third infant, who has been named Sam.

The little ape will be a fun play mate for his mischievous brothers Sultana, aged two, and Sidney, aged one.

Primate keeper Clare Pearce said: “I’m so pleased for Salome and Samson that they have another little infant to look after and they’re growing family is doing so well.

“We’re really glad to be providing a good enriched home for these important apes, which seem to be thriving here at Noah’s Ark.”


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