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allcreatures:

A lemur grabs a tourist’s camera at Jerusalem Biblical Zoo. Felix Tchvertkin says he was surprised when he learned that the zoo let visitors walk right into the lemurs’ enclosure. But soon realised the little critters loved the attention and one even tried to pinch his camera.
Picture: FELIX TCHVERTKIN / CATERS NEWS (via Animal pictures of the week: 18 November 2011 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

A lemur grabs a tourist’s camera at Jerusalem Biblical Zoo. Felix Tchvertkin says he was surprised when he learned that the zoo let visitors walk right into the lemurs’ enclosure. But soon realised the little critters loved the attention and one even tried to pinch his camera.

Picture: FELIX TCHVERTKIN / CATERS NEWS (via Animal pictures of the week: 18 November 2011 - Telegraph)

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h-e-a-v-e-n:

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH CAN I HAVE HIM

h-e-a-v-e-n:

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH CAN I HAVE HIM

(Source: not-lolitaa, via beautifully-untamed)

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allcreatures:

Picture: Jonathan Chown

group crotch lick

allcreatures:

Picture: Jonathan Chown

group crotch lick

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theanimalblog:

Scratching the cheek (by Tambako the Jaguar)

theanimalblog:

Scratching the cheek (by Tambako the Jaguar)

(via theanimalblog)

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abcworldnews:

A lemur eats from a refrigerated watermelon to refresh itself in Rome’s zoo, July, 12, 2011. Zoo staff offered animals frozen and refrigerated fruit to refresh them as temperatures reached 104 Fahrenheit. (Rome Bioparco Fundation/AP Photo)
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GPOY

abcworldnews:

A lemur eats from a refrigerated watermelon to refresh itself in Rome’s zoo, July, 12, 2011. Zoo staff offered animals frozen and refrigerated fruit to refresh them as temperatures reached 104 Fahrenheit. (Rome Bioparco Fundation/AP Photo)

For More from Today in Pictures 

GPOY

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deepwithfuture:

i love lemurs.

deepwithfuture:

i love lemurs.

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animalworld:

ANIMALS OF MADAGASCAR by Request
Madagascar—an  isolated island off the coast of east Africa is about twice the size of Arizona and has some of the highest  biodiversity on the planet. Of roughly 200,000 known species found on  Madagascar, about 150,000 are endemic—meaning they exist nowhere else.  Unique to the island are more than 50 types of lemurs, 99 percent of its  frog species, and 36 genera of birds. Madgascar houses 100 percent of  the world’s lemurs, half of its chameleon species, 6 percent of its  frogs, and none of its toads. Some species found in Madagascar have  their closest relatives not in Africa but in the South Pacific and South  America. More here
Here’s a list of some of my favorite animals from the region:
Madagascar Moon Moth 
Baby Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko
Blue Coua
Lesser Hedgehog Tenrec
Parson’s Giant Chameleon
Western Wooly Lemur
Giraffe Weevil
Van Der Decken’s Sifakas in the tsingy or limestone forest
PICTURED: A pair of Verreaux’s sifakas in the Nahampoana reserve, South Madagascar
Verreaux’s sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi), or white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests  and dry and spiny forests. This herbivore has fur that is thick and silky and generally  white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like  all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping.  The species lives in small troops which forage for food together.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verreaux%27s_sifaka

animalworld:

ANIMALS OF MADAGASCAR by Request

Madagascar—an isolated island off the coast of east Africa is about twice the size of Arizona and has some of the highest biodiversity on the planet. Of roughly 200,000 known species found on Madagascar, about 150,000 are endemic—meaning they exist nowhere else. Unique to the island are more than 50 types of lemurs, 99 percent of its frog species, and 36 genera of birds. Madgascar houses 100 percent of the world’s lemurs, half of its chameleon species, 6 percent of its frogs, and none of its toads. Some species found in Madagascar have their closest relatives not in Africa but in the South Pacific and South America. More here

Here’s a list of some of my favorite animals from the region:

Madagascar Moon Moth

Baby Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko

Blue Coua

Lesser Hedgehog Tenrec

Parson’s Giant Chameleon

Western Wooly Lemur

Giraffe Weevil

Van Der Decken’s Sifakas in the tsingy or limestone forest

PICTURED: A pair of Verreaux’s sifakas in the Nahampoana reserve, South Madagascar

Verreaux’s sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi), or white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. This herbivore has fur that is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food together.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verreaux%27s_sifaka

#animals   #endangered species   #sifakas   #madagascar   #primate   #lemur  
allcreatures:

Photograph: Steven Senne/AP

allcreatures:

Photograph: Steven Senne/AP

(Source: Guardian)

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theanimalblog:

Submitted by rlex

Exasperated lemur is exasperated

theanimalblog:

Submitted by rlex

Exasperated lemur is exasperated

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allcreatures:

Photo: John Devries

Dancing sifaka

allcreatures:

Photo: John Devries

Dancing sifaka

#sifaka   #primate   #lemur   #africa   #animal  
lickystickypickyme:

Sandrine Vuillermoz:
I was in one of the many reserves in Madagascar, accompanied by a guide. I was on my own trying to watch and understand these beautiful creatures, which are only seen in this beautiful country. Walking around I saw sitting on a log of bamboo a type of lemur called a sifaka. He was so beautiful and as I started to take a few shots of him, he started to pose for me like a real model. The funniest shot was this one, where maybe he tried to send me the message, It’s ok now, you can go, you’ve had your scoop!

These guys are great. They dance. Youtube it!

lickystickypickyme:

Sandrine Vuillermoz:

I was in one of the many reserves in Madagascar, accompanied by a guide. I was on my own trying to watch and understand these beautiful creatures, which are only seen in this beautiful country. Walking around I saw sitting on a log of bamboo a type of lemur called a sifaka. He was so beautiful and as I started to take a few shots of him, he started to pose for me like a real model. The funniest shot was this one, where maybe he tried to send me the message, It’s ok now, you can go, you’ve had your scoop!

These guys are great. They dance. Youtube it!

(Source: lickystickypickyshe, via allcreatures)

#lemur   #sifaka   #primate   #animal   #tongue   #madagascar