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A unique chance to meet up with Rhea at the Farma!

Type of Food: Corn

You can feed this animal with corn


This animal loves petting. You can have some fun and come closer without any danger!

Meet one of the largest Birds

The Common Rhea is the largest of all South American birds and is related to ostriches of Africa and the emus and cassowaries of Australia and New Guinea. The males are the ones who hatch the eggs and care for the newborns.

Rhea does not fly but its wings are used for balance. They are opportunistic eaters. They enjoy plants, fruits, and seeds but also eat insects, lizards and birds

Interesting information: The male Rea's nest can hold up to 50 eggs from 12 different females.

Play with the Lemurs in the Interaction Zone

More about

Lemurs are very cute, humanlike and very charismatic. Are a species of primate known as ‘Prosimians’ and even if are not closely related like chimpanzees and other apes they are still family. In the wild, lemurs exist only at Madagascar where they face a lot of dangers.

Modern lemurs range from 2.5 inches to 2.5 feet tall and from 30 gr to 6.8 kg in weight. Lemurs are very smart animals and of course the smarter a lemur, the more popular it is.

There are some different lemur species out there, in our Farm you will find 3 lovely ring-tailed Lemurs. Most species spend majority of their live high on the trees but ring-tailed Lemurs spend most of the time on the ground. You can recognize a ring-tailed lemur from the characteristic black rings formed on his tail.

That specie of lemur has some characteristics that make it stand out, such as the “stink fights”. Ring-tailed lemurs must compete with each other for limited resources like food, territory and mates, and competition grows especially fierce among males during breeding season.

Lemurs mature at two years and live for about 18 years, but a lot of the babies don’t live to be that old.

Get Close to the Animals

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