SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Police said Friday they arrested a man suspected of stealing a ring-tailed lemur from the San Francisco Zoo, where officials rewarded a 5-year-old boy who helped recapture the…
JUST IN: S.F. Zoo officials are offering a $2,100 reward — $100 for every year of Maki’s life — for tips and information leading to the safe recovery of the missing lemur. https://t.co/tcO5gaJ5MA
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) October 15, 2020
Ring-tailed lemur facts:
▪️ Only a few thousand in wild.
▪️ Highly social; gather in groups of ~30.
▪️ Exactly 13 black-white bands on tail.
▪️ Very vocal; several alarm calls.
▪️ Likes to sunbathe, especially bellies.
Help find S.F. Zoo lemur Maki >>> https://t.co/pivRro27Bv
— Tim O’Rourke (@TimothyORourke) October 15, 2020