The Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Goddard, Kansas, tells visitors they might find themselves "face to face with a kangaroo, have a giraffe eating out of your hand, or look up to a ring-tailed lemur on your shoulder."
In Angie Widener's case, the lemur made its way to her 9-week-old baby's head.
Strollers aren't into the lemur exhibit, so Angie brought her baby in her car seat and set it on the ground. She was watching her two older children feed the animals when she heard a stranger laugh and say, "Um, ma'am, there is a lemur on your baby."
After being assured the animal was safe, Angie snapped a couple photos of the priceless moment.
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