By Jennifer McRae

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– The three-month-old ring-tailed lemur twins are busy at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The boy and girl are full of energy.

(credit: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo)

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The twins are a first for mom, Allagash. They are gaining more independence around the enclosure.

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She’s probably relieved at this point that they are bouncing on trees and branches in the enclosure and not on her back!

(credit: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo)

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They were born July 11 to 8-year-old Allagash. They are the second and third ring-tailed lemurs born at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo this year. Allagash’s sister, Rogue, welcomed her first baby on April 26.

Jennifer McRae