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Angwantibo Calabar

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Angwantibo de Calabar Photo'.

Primates

Really! Interesting.... Photographing Animals for National Geographic

The black and white lemur, Coquerel’s sifaka, sits monk-like, resting its chin casually on crossed hands. Makes me think of Zaboomafoo ;

Indri lemur

The largest lemur currently alive is the Indri Lemur. They’re about the size of a large house cat, and are the only lemur without a long tail. Indri live in pairs and mate for life.

A fat-tailed dwarf lemur peeks out of a tree in Madagascar. Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic NationalGeographic_1370398

A fat-tailed dwarf lemur peeks out of a tree in Madagascar. Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic

MOM...HE'S STILL LOOKING AT US...

ZooBorns: cute exotic baby animals born at zoos around the world. A baby Coquerel's Sifaka Lemur at the Bronx Zoo

Thank you to Anabel Sanchez for sharing this beautiful photo of one of the Birmingham  #Zoo's Red-fronted lemurs!

Thank you to Anabel Sanchez for sharing this beautiful photo of one of the Birmingham Red-fronted lemurs!

crowned lemur (9) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Found during a day hike in Ankarana national park, Madagascar.

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