- lemur n. Any of several small arboreal, mostly nocturnal primates chiefly of the family Lemuridae of Madagascar and adjacent islands, having large.
- madagascar's lemurs
- madagascar's lemurs determining the effects of habitat disturbance on feeding and reproductive behaviour.
- Quake Advice: Keep Calm and Buy a Lemur
- And there's still no early warning system, unless you have a couple of red ruffed lemurs. The National Zoo in Washington reported that they were the only animals to sound an alarm ahead of the quake.
- At National Zoo, animals seemed restless prior to quake
- Red ruffed lemurs sounded an alarm, apes abandoned their food, flamingos rushed into a huddle, and a gorilla let out a shriek before the magnitude 5.8-quake hit.
- Endangered lemurs could be connected to Gibson raid
- Madagascar is home to at least 60 different types of lemurs, but one particular lemur, the silky sifaka, could be connected to Gibson Guitars.
- Branson's lemurs escape fire
- By Stephanie Tye » WHILE it is Richard Bran-son's family and guests that have had the most coverage following a fire at his tropical island home, there are another group of residents who also had a lucky escape – a group of ring-tailed lemurs.
- McFeatters: When in an earthquake, block traffic
- The first solid warning of the quake was a full 15 minutes notice given by the red ruffed lemurs at the National Zoo, which started "alarm calling" to one another.
- Lemur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Lemurs are a clade of strepsirrhine primates endemic to the island of Madagascar.
- Lemurs of Madagascar
- Madagascar is world-famous for its lemurs—primates that look something like a cat crossed with a squirrel and a dog.
- Contains several pictures, audio clips of what they sound like, and conservation information.
- Basic Facts About Lemurs
- Lemurs are small primates known as 'prosimians,' which, roughly translated, means 'pre-primates' or 'before monkeys.
- Ring-Tailed Lemur Facts and Pictures -- National Geographic Kids
- Learn all about about the ring-tailed lemur in this National Geographic Kids online Creature Feature.
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