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Please note that we are requiring all our visitors to pre-book a time and date in advance of their visit as part of our re-opening protocols and procedures. Times/dates are available to book a week in advance.

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Ranger Grace Answers Your Lemur Questions

Ranger Grace Answers Your Lemur Questions World Lemur Day is the last Friday of October every year to celebrate lemurs and spread world-wide awareness on the species and their conservation. All lemur species are found in Madagascar. The Island of Madagascar has lost 90% of its forest cover in the last 200 years. This has resulted in 80% of its animal and plant life being in danger of extinction.  Fota Wildlife Park, is home to three different species of lemur, Red-bellied…

Fota Wildlife Park - later opening at 10am on Sat 31 October due to the effects of Storm Aiden

Fota Wildlife Park - later opening at 10am on Sat 31 October due to the effects of Storm Aiden Please note we will not be open until 10am on Saturday 31st October due to the weather warning in place as a result of the effects of Storm Aiden. We have been in direct contact with all bookings for the 9.30 am slot and we apologise for the inconvenience caused.  The decision to open later on Saturday 31st October is for the safety of the visitors and staff of Fota Wildlife Park. We thank you for your patience and…

International Sloth Day at Fota Wildlife Park

International Sloth Day at Fota Wildlife Park Today is International Sloth Day and we're thrilled to share this update from our ranger Julien about Matheo, our Linne's Two-toed Sloth in the park. We know some visitors have been missing him while the Tropical House has been closed, so Julien has answered some questions we get asked about the sloth. Watch below -     

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