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Lemur of Madagascar

Lemur of Madagascar photo
Lemur of Madagascar photo

Lemurs are a group of primates that are endemic to Madagascar. There are over 100 species of lemurs, and they range in size from the tiny mouse lemur, which weighs just 2 ounces, to the Indri, which can weigh up to 20 pounds. Lemurs are active at night, and they are herbivores.

Lemurs are an important part of the Malagasy ecosystem. They help to disperse seeds, and they are preyed upon by a variety of animals, including snakes, hawks, and owls. Lemurs are also popular tourist attractions, and they help to generate income for the Malagasy people.

Unfortunately, lemurs are also threatened by habitat loss and hunting. As a result, many species of lemurs are considered to be endangered or critically endangered. Conservation efforts are underway to protect lemurs and their habitat, but more needs to be done to ensure the survival of these amazing animals.