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Diademed Sifaka, Mantadia, Madagascar

Diademed Sifaka, Mantadia, Madagascar

Bears of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

Bears of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt - You can see sloth bears and black bears at the Montgomery Zoo

Sifaka - A genus of lemur [Propithecus] in Primate order; found only on island of Madagascar and all species are threatened.

Sifaka - a lemur from the family Indriidae within the order Primates. The name of their family is an onomatopoeia of their characteristic "shi-fak" alarm call. Like all lemurs, they are found only on the island of Madagascar.

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A Ring-Tailed lemur is overrun with little ones in Madagascar. (Photo by John Daniels/Ardea Wildlife Pets Environment/Caters News)

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A Ring-Tailed Lemur: "Resting in Madagascar." (Photo By: © Frans Lanting.) So many Madagascar animals are losing their habitat due to slash & burn farming.

The Silky sifaka (Propithecus candidus) is a large lemur native to Madagascar.  This beautiful lemur is one of the world's rarest mammals with only several hundred left in the wild. The species is threatened by habitat destruction. Recently, however, educational programs in Madagascar show hope for better protection of this vulnerable species.(Source: digdaga, via beverleyshiller)

Von der Decken's sifaka (Propithecus deckenii) is a sifaka native to Madagascar. Today, the Von der Decken's sifaka is listed as Vulnerable, but if habitat destruction continues in Madagascar it won't be long before it's

Lemurs, a clade of strepsirrhine primates endemic to Madagascar. "Lemur" derives from the word lemures (ghosts or spirits) from Roman mythology and was first used to describe a slender loris due to its nocturnal habits and slow pace, but was later applied to the primates on Madagascar.

The black-and-white ruffed lemur (Varecia variegata) is the more endangered of the two species of ruffed lemurs, both of which are endemic to the island of Madagascar.

Lemurien, symbole de Madagascar!!!! Tout mignon!!!

Ring Tail Lemur Keep stripping the exif data by accident! Camera: Canon Lens: Canon EF L IS II Jus' Chillin'

Ring-tailed lemur, Lemur catta, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar

Ring-tailed lemur, Lemur catta, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar Anybody else think of zaboomafoo

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