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A long-term study of aggression in lemurs finds that infants born to older mothers are less likely to get hurt than those born to younger mothers.
A team of researchers led by the University of Colorado Boulder has discovered that some ring-tailed lemurs regularly return to the same limestone chambers to sleep. The findings are the first proof of the consistent, daily use of some caves and crevices for sleeping among the world's primates.
The island of Madagascar harbors a unique biodiversity that evolved due to its long-lasting isolation from other land masses.
The Madagascan Sahamalaza sportive lemur (Lepilemur sahamalazensis) is an endangered species that scientists know very little about.
A new study in the open access journal PLOS ONE demonstrates that lemurs that live in large groups tend to have higher social IQs.
On the African island of Madagascar, scientists recently used a DNA analysis to identify two new species of nearly identical mouse lemurs, both of which are already considered endangered.
A group of scientists has announced the complete genomic sequencing of three populations of aye-ayes, which is being considered a major victory in the battle to save the unique lemurs.
New research for the first time shows paternal voice recognition in a not-so-social animal that may provide insight into early primates from which humans evolved.
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