IN KIDS ON 18TH MAY 2020

Fota Workbooks for Home – Colombian Black Spider Monkey

Fota Wildlife Park is temporarily closed to the public for now the work still goes on and our dedicated animal care team and essential staff are continuing to provide the care our animals receive throughout the year. Find our COVID-19 FAQ here.

Learn all about the recently named, Nero and Blinky, Colombian Black Spider Monkeys in this week’s workbook!

These critically endangered primates are part of are European Breeding programme here at Fota Wildlife Park.

Get your Colombian Black Spider Monkey workbook here

Support Fota Wildlife Park by donating here.

Keep Connected to Fota Wildlife Park from Home.

We are posting to our social channels with updates on how the animals and rangers are getting on, here are some from last week, be should to keep an eye on our social for more.

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