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Meercat, Ring-Tailed Lemur and Nile Crocodile Adopted

Three animals of Yerevan Zoo were adopted on August 3 by Tanielian family. After getting their certificates Tanielian brothers met the zookeepers directly working with their adoptees, and, accompanied by them, took part in the feeding sessions. 

Varuzhan H. Tanielian has adopted one of the meercats (Suricata suricatta) of Yerevan Zoo. The 10 years old Varuzhan named the meercat Tyranozaur.  Daniel H. Tanielian chose to take care of one of the 5 ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta)   of the zoo. The lemur’s name is now Yervand. And Varuzhan O. Tanielian is the zoo parent of one of the Nile crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus).

 

Animal Adoption is a unique way to support the animals in Yerevan Zoo. If you are interested to adopt an animal, please follow this link


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