Girls, eat your hearts out. Or moderately, possibly some fruit and leaves.
Generally known as Maarten, this colobus monkey was entered into the lonely hearts column in quest of a Valentine’s Day match by his keepers at Drusillas Park in East Sussex, SWNS stories.
The six-year-old primate has an empty adoption plaque (many of the different animals on the zoo have adopters) and his watchers are eager to get him in on the motion.
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“Clearly Maarten is cherished by his keepers and guests alike,” head keeper Sophie Leadbitter stated. “Nevertheless it’s heartbreaking for us to see his empty adoption plaque outdoors his enclosure day-after-day. He’s a delicate monkey who enjoys enjoyable in the summertime solar or having fun with a sleep on his again after a tasty meal.”
A profile worthy of your favourite relationship app, Leadbitter stated Maarten “[h]as stunning darkish eyes and a bushy white tail and is an ideal animal to undertake fora cherished one this Valentine’s Day.”
“Sincere, bubbly and an all-round good monkey, Maarten is on the lookout for love within the type of an adoption,” she added.
Colobus monkeys have digestive programs much like cows, utilizing three or 4 chambers and micro organism to interrupt down the leaves, which causes Maarten to often burp. However that was “cleverly left … out of Maarten’s column,” a zoo spokesperson stated.
Anybody trying to be an adopter of Maarten should fend off some competitors and the scenario may get slightly “furry” – he at present shares his enclosure with three feminine monkeys.
The zoo stated that it’s providing nearly 15 p.c off all colobus monkey adoptions to have a good time the vacation and all adopters will obtain complimentary tickets to go to their adopted animal, an adoption certificates and plaque and an image of the animal species they’ve adopted.
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Let’s hope cupid’s arrow finds Maarten earlier than it is too late.