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Dublin Zoo welcomed a new member to the family, as a female goeldi’s monkey was introduced to the recently refurbished South American House.
 
The Zoo also have another new friend joining their team as they welcomed Kellogg’s Coco Pops on board as sponsors of the South American House. The partnership between Dublin Zoo and Kellogg’s Coco Pops is the perfect fit for both companies and will help contribute to the upkeep of the South American House, conservation in the wild and enhance the visitor experience.
 
The South American House sponsored by Kellogg’s Coco Pops is home to over nine species including monkeys, tortoises and parrots from the rainforests of Central and South America. Colourful or camouflaged, shy or show-off, each species has its own special place in the forests. Goeldi’s monkeys are rare, dark-haired monkeys from western regions of South America’s tropical rainforest. They blend into the surrounding forest so well that they were only discovered in 1904.
 
Bernadette Grant, Kellogg Company Ireland said, “Kellogg’s has a track record in supporting family initiatives in Ireland and like Dublin Zoo, is part of the fibre of family life in Ireland. The work that Dublin Zoo carries out with the animals that are housed in the South American House –– is world-class and Kellogg’s is delighted to support the Zoo and its conservation programme. Kellogg’s Coco Pops is a fun brand and is  a natural fit with the Zoo, we look forward to developing this partnership over the coming months and to bringing some of  Coco the Monkey’s lively spirit to Dublin Zoo. ”
 
The refurbished South American House, proudly sponsored by Kellogg’s Coco Pops is open now.
 
Dublin Zoo, a not for profit organisation, is open seven days a week from 9.30am to 5pm in February and 6pm in March. For further information on Dublin Zoo visit www.facebook.com/dublinzoo or www.dublinzoo.ie

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