Must-See: Lemur Sits on Sleeping Baby’s Head
Talk about an interactive exhibit! One mom got quite the surprise when a little lemur hopped atop her sleeping baby’s head at a Kansas zoo.
Angie Widener took her three daughters – including 9-week-old Finley – to Tanganyika Wildlife Park. Strollers aren’t allowed in the lemur exhibit, so she set Finley down in the stroller's removable carrier.
“I was taking pictures of my two older daughters when I heard this woman giggling and was like, ‘Ma’am, there’s a lemur on your baby,’” Widener said this morning on “Fox and Friends.”
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The lemur perched on Finley’s head and played with her toys, but Finley stayed sound asleep.
Meanwhile, Widener and her two other daughters got some good laughs and some great photos.
Watch the interview above.
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