Well it looks like Animal Adventure Park's family is growing again. The accredited zoological facility will be welcoming an Endangered Primate Species to the fold. They are proud to announce that two Golden Headed Lion Tamarin will call Harpursville their home.

It's another critically endangered species that will take up residence at the Animal Adventure Park. The good news is that we won't have to wait long to see the facility's newest animal residents named Denver and Palmira.

Two Endangered Primate Species Coming to Animal Adventure Park

Animal Adventure Park
Animal Adventure Park

Beginning today, you'll be able to see the newest members at the park. They may not be the same size as the king of the jungle that roam there but their just as important. They are coming to Animal Adventure through The Golden Headed Lion Tamarin Cooperative Breeding Coalition (GHLT-CBD).

They were added to the endangered species list in 1982. Since then, the population has recovered because education, conservation and preservation initiatives. The reason that the Golden Headed Lion Tamarin remains on the endangered list is because they only inhabit 2-5% of their original natural habitat.

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Animal Adventure Park is an interactive and educational animal park that's designed to promote up close and hands-on animal encounters. From alligators to zebras (and almost every letter in between), they have over 300 animals that call this place their home.

Animal Adventure Park is located at 85 Martin Hill Road in Harpursville and is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. When you stop by, make sure that you say hello to Denver and Palmira.

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