The iconic ring-tailed lemur of Madagascar (the only place that the primates known as “true lemurs” have ever existed) is rapidly headed towards extinction, according to new research from the … [Read full article]
More than 28,000 endangered lemurs (across a variety of different species) are currently illegally kept as pets in the only country that they exist in, Madagascar, according to a recent … [Read full article]
True Lemurs, found only on the isolated island of Madagascar, are the most endangered mammalian group on the planet — more than 90% of all known lemur species are rapidly … [Read full article]
A new species of dwarf lemur — the Lavasoa Dwarf Lemur — was recently discovered in the south of Madagascar by researchers from the Institute of Anthropology at Mainz University. … [Read full article]
Lemurs are the world’s most endangered mammals, an International Union for Conservation of Nature conference has found. Lemurs are a very diverse group of primates endemic to Madagascar. An … [Read full article]
11 photos of lemurs for “10 Friday Photos” this week! Do you remember King Julien from “Madagascar”? Wasn’t he cute? Well, today we’ve got 11 photos with lemurs like him. Maybe they’re not kings, but they absolutely rule!