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This September, our Aquarium family will welcome red ruffed lemurs, a species never before seen in the Lowcountry!

This September, our Aquarium family will welcome red ruffed lemurs, a species never before seen in the Lowcountry!

Blue-eyed black lemur (Eulemur flavifrons) © Photo by Joel Satore/National Geographic Photo Ark

Endangered primates: A blue-eyed black lemur (Eulemur flavifrons) named Presley at the Duke Lemur Center. Only 61 are found in captivity worldwide, 21 of those in North America.

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The Gibbon by Thanawat Thiasiriphet~♛

The Gibbon is a primate (lesser great ape) that lives in the rainforest of Southeast Asia. This species is threatened by habitat loss. Photo by Thanawat Thiasiriphet.

Gibbons come in various color shades from black to dark brown, orangish-brown and light blonde. In Khao Kheow Open Zoo we have a special activity dedicated to them, called ‘flight of the gibbons

Gibbon (Hylobatidae) - Animals - A-Z Animals - Animal Facts, Information, Pictures, Videos, Resources and Links

American Beaver: The Dam Builders: American Beaver - <i>Castor canadensis</i>

American Beaver: The Dam Builders

American Beaver: Fact Sheet: American Beaver - <i>Castor canadensis</i>

Schematic diagram of faunal exchange across Beringia (Bering Land Bridge) during the Pleistocene. Credit: Art credit Alycia Stigall https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160927135351.htm

Fossils can help predict future species survival

Schematic diagram of faunal exchange across Beringia (Bering Land Bridge) during the Pleistocene. Credit: Art credit Alycia Stigall https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160927135351.htm

A Livingstone's fruit bat (Pteropus livingstonii) in Bristol zoo, one of the largest bat species in the world. From Comoros, Africa. Fewer than 1,100 individuals remain in the wild

A Livingstone's fruit bat (Pteropus livingstonii) in Bristol zoo, one of the largest bat species in the world. From Comoros, Africa. Fewer than individuals remain in the wild

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