What do lemurs and great-grandmothers have in common? They're both ancient relatives of humans -- and would really like for you to come and visit. With today's deal from the Duke Lemur Center, pay $8 (regularly $17) to gain admission for one adult and one child (age 3 and older) to the 90-minute Lemurs Live tour, where you'll observe ten different species of lemurs to find out which are nocturnal, which are diurnal, which prefer monkey chow biscuits to poison ivy, and more. Or, spend $95 (regularly $190) to score a one-hour guided Walking with Lemurs tour for two, where you and your curious child (age 10 and older) can witness these creatures up close -- with no barriers. The Duke Lemur Center was established in 1966 and is now home to 233 lemurs, making it the world's largest sanctuary for these endangered and unique primates -- who, like your great-grandmother, enjoy a nice piece of fruit.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 19, 2012
back by popular demand:
Duke Lemur Center
Admission for One Adult and One Child for 90-Minute Lemurs Live Tour ($8) or One Walking with Lemurs Tour for Two People ($95)
- from $8