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Madagascar Lemurs Threatened With Extinction
2012-07-13 09:14:08

More than a hundred species of lemur are found on Madagascar, a small island in the Indian Ocean just southeast of the African mainland, and a new study suggests that many of these social primates are on their way out.


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Sanford's Brown Lemur, Eulemur sanfordi
2012-08-02 20:40:16

Sanford’s brown lemur (Eulemur sanfordi), also known as Sanford’s lemur, is native to the island of Madagascar. Its range extends from Antsiranana to Ampanakana. There are populations located in several forests including Analamerana and Ankarana, a fragmented population in Daraina. Although its southern range stops at the Manambato River, hybrids of the white-fronted brown lemur and Sanford’s brown lemur occur between Sambava and Vohemar. Preferred habitats include montane, arid...

Red Lemur, Eulemur rufus
2012-06-11 11:54:19

The red lemur (Eulemur rufus) is native only to the island of Madagascar. Its other common names include the northern red-fronted lemur and the rufous brown lemur. Its southwestern range extends from the Betsiboka River in the north to the Tsiribihina River in the south. It prefers a habitat within arid deciduous forests. In 2008, the red lemur and the red-fronted lemur were separated, creating two distinct species. The red lemur makes up the population northwestern Madagascar, while the...

Red-fronted Lemur, Eulemur rufifrons
2012-06-11 11:50:47

The red-fronted lemur (Eulemur rufifrons) is also known as the southern red-fronted brown lemur or the red-fronted brown lemur. It is native only to the island of Madagascar.  The red-fronted lemur’s range includes the western coast and eastern Madagascar. Its western range extends from the Tsiribihina River in the north to the Fiheranana River in the south. Its eastern range extends from the Mangoro and Onive Rivers to the Andringitra Massif. The red-fronted lemur was not considered a...

Blue-Eyed Black Lemur, Eulemur flavifrons
2012-06-08 13:49:15

The blue-eyed black lemur (Eulemur flavifrons), also known as Sclater's lemur, is native only to the island of Madagascar. The range of this lemur stretches from the northern Andranomalaza River to the Maevarano River on the south. It prefers to inhabit moist and arid forests, as well as primary and secondary forests. It can be seen in these types of forests south of Maromandia, near Antsiranana and Antananarivo, as well as in the remaining patches of the Ankarafa forest on the Sahamalaza...

Collared Brown Lemur, Eulemur collaris
2012-06-08 13:44:06

The collared brown lemur (Eulemur collaris) is native to the island of Madagascar. Its other common names include the red-collared lemur and the red-collared brown lemur.  It can be found in the western forests of Kalambatritra and its northern range extends from the Mananara River to in the south. It can also be found on the Saint Luce Private Reserve, the Mandena Conservation Zone, and in Andohahela National Park. The collared brown lemur is one of 12 species of “true lemurs” and until...

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