The normally passive Lemurs at Longleat have been captured demonstrating some spectacular kung fu moves to resolve a family disagreement recentlyat the Wiltshire safari park. Keeper Dan Gray said ‘These encounters may look dramatic but the Lemurs are so agile that contact is rarely made.’  Picture: IanTurner/BNPS

The normally passive Lemurs at Longleat have been captured demonstrating some spectacular kung fu moves to resolve a family disagreement recentlyat the Wiltshire safari park. Keeper Dan Gray said ‘These encounters may look dramatic but the Lemurs are so agile that contact is rarely made.’ ย Picture: IanTurner/BNPS

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