Blue-eyed black lemur (Eulemur macaco flavifrons)

What country does it live in? North West Madagascar, Africa
Where does it live?
Rainforest and plantations

Status: Vulnerable
Threats: Loss of trees and hunting by humans

 

How long does it live? 27 years
What does it eat? Fruit, seeds, leaves, animal matter, flowers (that bloom at night), nectar, mushrooms and millipedes

How big is it? As big as a cat
How does it talk? Purr when they are groomed.

Who does it live with? Many males and females. More males than females. Groups can join at night
How does it walk? On four legs with some dangling by back feet for feeding
Where could you find it? At night and day in the trees

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