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Female Crowned Lemur - goodbye, Palmarium, Madagascar Female crowned lemur after hearing we were going to leave soon. Africa,Crowned lemur,Eulemur coronatus,Geotagged,Madagascar,Madagascar 2019,Palmarium reserve,Winter,World Click/tap to enlarge

Female Crowned Lemur - goodbye, Palmarium, Madagascar

Female crowned lemur after hearing we were going to leave soon.

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  1. Aw, she's going to miss you guys. Posted one month ago
    1. Yeah back to her boring task of producing hybrids :) Posted one month ago
      1. Haha, well...I wouldn't consider mating to be boring, but hey - to each his own. Posted one month ago
        1. I don't have a comeback, you win. Posted one month ago
          1. Hehe ;P Posted one month ago

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The crowned lemur is a lemur that is 31–36 cm long and weighs 2 kg. Its tail is about 42–51 cm long. The crowned lemur is endemic to the dry deciduous forests of the northern tip of Madagascar. It eats a diet of mostly flowers, fruits, and leaves. The population is estimated to 1000-10,000 individuals as of 2004, most of which live within the Ankarana Plateau although there is also a population on the Montagne d'Ambre. This species has a distinctive brown-orange crown on the top of the head... more

Similar species: Primates
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Ferdy Christant

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Uploaded Jan 21, 2020. Captured Jul 23, 2019 10:25 in Vohibinany, Madagascar.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/2.0
  • 1/250s
  • ISO180
  • 85mm