Herpestes brachyuruses in Chongqing Zoo
Chongqing Zoo has imported 12 herpestes brachyuruses. (Picture provided by Chongqing Zoo)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Chongqing Zoo has welcomed a group of “new members” — 12 herpestes brachyuruses, and they have met with the public on Children’s Day.
Cute herpestes brachyuruses (Picture provided by Chongqing Zoo)
Children who love to watch The Lion King will surely remember the cute “Timon”. It has dark and secluded eyes and cute expressions, and it always appeared to be particularly cute. In fact, they are herpestes brachyuruses, small mammals that live in the Kalahari Desert of South Africa. They are social animals, good at digging holes, resting at night and acting during the day, and mainly feed on insects. This time, Chongqing Zoo introduced a total of 12 herpestes brachyuruses and officially met with you on June 1.
From May 30, the Amphibious Crawling Hall has officially opened to tourists. This is the last animal exhibition area that Chongqing Zoo has opened to tourists since the Zoo was opened on March 25, which means that all animal exhibition areas and amusement parks of Chongqing Zoo have been officially opened. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)