Primates & Small Mammals

The Lemur collection is a real highlight of any visit to Cotswold Wildlife Park.

We are extremely proud of our conservation projects for Crowned sifaka and Greater bamboo lemurs – two of the most endangered primate species in the world.

Asian short-
clawed otter
Aonyx cinerea Vulnerable
Eastern black
and white
colobus
Colobus guereza Least
Concern
Crowned
sifaka
Propithecus coronatus Endangered Find out more...
Egyptian
fruit bat
Rousettus aegyptiacus Least
Concern
Emperor
tamarin
Saguinus imperator Least
Concern
Greater bamboo
lemur
Prolemur simus Critically
Endangered
Siamang Symphalangus syndactylus Endangered Slender-tailed
meerkat
Suricata suricatta Find out more... Least
Concern
Pallas's cat Otocolobus manul Near
Threatened
Pygmy
Marmoset
Cebuella pygmaea Least
Concern
Red panda Ailurus fulgens Vulnerable Find out more... Ring-tailed
lemur
Lemur catta Endangered Find out more...
Belted black and
white ruffed
lemur
Varecia variegata Critically
Endangered
Linne’s two-
toed sloth
Choloepus didactylus Least
Concern
Grey mouse
lemur
Microcebus murinus Least
Concern
Wolverine Gulo gulo Least
Concern
Find out more...
Yellow
mongoose
Cynictis penicillata Least
Concern

Our Madagascan Walkthrough exhibit allows our visitors to get a real insight into the lives of these fascinating creatures and is not to be missed. In and around the Walled Garden area of the Park, you will also find many other primate and small mammal species and the incredible Wolverines – Cotswold Wildlife Park is the first UK zoo to successfully breed this species.


Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens