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New Lemur exhibit comes to Tennessee Aquarium

This is just one of the furry faces guests can greet at the new Lemur Forest exhibit at Tennessee Aquarium.

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The top floor of the Tennessee Aquarium’s Ocean Journey building reopens March 1 after several months of construction. Guests will fall in love with the furry faces that will greet them in the new Lemur Forest exhibit. Red-ruffed and ring-tailed lemurs will be able to take advantage of the towering heights beneath the Aquarium’s glass peaks to climb up, down and around a lush rainforest setting. At times, visitors will be surprised as the lemurs pass directly overhead when they travel to a small island to sunbathe.

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