• Reporter ‘attacked' by lemurs during live report

    By: Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

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    A reporter apparently never heard the saying about not working with animals or children, but thank goodness he didn’t, because we wouldn’t have the Friday laughs some may need.

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    Alexander Dunlop was supposed to do a quick standup about England’s Banham Zoo’s annual counting of the park’s animals. 

    But it didn’t go as planned.

     

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    A group of lemurs, called a conspiracy, yes really, a conspiracy of lemurs, had a plan to attack Dunlop, ABC News reported.

     

    Brave lemur fans can have a “lemur encounter” and get up close and personal with the wild animals.

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