Another entertaining animal to watch at Yorkshire wildlife park, are the Lemurs. Lemur woods is a large fenced in area in the woods where the Lemurs live and play. You can see three types here, the more well known Ring-Tailed Lemurs, Black and white Ruffed Lemurs, and Brown Lemurs.A great time to visit is during one of the talks and feedings, and they do a few throughout the day. Not only do you get to learn a bit more about the lemurs, but you also get to see them scatter and forage for the nuts and fruit being thrown around for them. The different types of lemurs don’t really get on that well, and will chase each other away from food. The brown lemurs seemed to be the most timid, choosing to hide away on top of the cages and only sneaking down once the coast was clear of the other two types of lemurs. Once they get their fill of food, they scatter and lounge. It’s the cutest thing, they climb the trees, or just chill out like the guy below in funny positions. The ring tailed lemurs seemed to be really close and they would huddle together and clean each other, and would line up against each other along the logs as well. These guys! I can’t remember their exact name, but I LOVED them. I don’t know why I was so fascinated with them, maybe it was their little snorts as they sniffed around or how they looked a bit like they had stepped out of a storybook. Behind Lemur Woods and the warthogs, there is a few cages with some birds and other small animals in. That face! He was clearly unimpressed with me taking his picture.