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    Madagascar’s lemurs could go extinct

    Madagascar's lemurs could go extinct

    Madagascar’s lemurs could go extinct we’ve not much time left : Over 90% of Madagascar’s lemurs “are nearly elimination,” says one of the nation’s driving researchers. It is a bleak forecast for the adorable primates, which are just found on Madagascar and the neighboring Comoros Islands. “We’ve very little time left,” says Jonah Ratsimbazafy, Madagascar’s […]

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    Human Descent from Lemurs?

    Human Descent from Lemurs?

    Human Descent from Lemurs? A little, lemur-like animal may have been an early precursor of monkeys, gorillas, and people. A grandly protected fossil dating from 47 million years prior uncovers a creature that had, in addition to other things, opposable thumbs, like people’, and dissimilar to those found on other current warm blooded animals. It […]

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    Madagascar pet trade threatens lemur pet populations

    Madagascar pet trade threatens lemur populations

    Madagascar pet trade threatens lemur populations : The unlawful pet exchange Madagascar adds to dangers lemurs confront like territory misfortune and environmental change, as indicated by another investigation. “There was this huge danger to lemurs that no one had ever gathered information on,” said Kim Reuter, specialized chief of Conservation International in Nairobi and lead […]

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    Further investigation into lemur deaths

    Animal rights group wants further investigation into lemur deaths

    Animal rights group wants further investigation into lemur deaths : An every living creature’s common sense entitlement assemble has presented a protest to the U.S. Division of Agriculture with claims that the passings of the four lemurs were preventable. Last Thursday, every living creature’s common sense entitlement assemble Stop Animal Exploitation Now documented a protest […]

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    Ring-tailed Lemur pet in Crisis

    Ring-tailed Lemur pet in Crisis

    Ring-tailed Lemur pet in Crisis : Ring- lemurs, the primate that is symbolic of the one of a kind fauna of Madagascar, is in a bad position. Researchers evaluate that there are under 2,500 people left in nature. Another examination by the University of Victoria in British Columbia and the University of Colorado records the […]

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    Protecting the animal that eats lemur pet

    Protecting the animal that eats lemur pet

    Protecting the animal that eats lemur pet : Shockingly for fosa, their first major extra large screen appearance came as the invented lowlifess in the generally well known 2005 enlivened film, Madagascar. A great many people don’t understand that these interesting feline like animals are alive and living crosswise over Madagascar today, in any case. […]

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    Furry lemurs pet could be wiped out within 20 years

    Furry lemurs pet could be wiped out within 20 years

    Furry lemurs pet could be wiped out within 20 years: The lemur, a fuzzy primate that symbolizes Madagascar’s special biodiversity, will be everything except wiped out inside 20 years unless radical measures are not taken to stop lumberjacks and local people plundering the island’s woodlands revenue driven driving primatologists caution. Everything except nine of the […]

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    The future of Madagascar’s Lemurs

    The future of Madagascar's Lemurs

    The future of Madagascar’s Lemurs :- With their wide-looked at, shocking gaze and evening movement, lemurs are phantom like figures of Madagascar’s Woodlands: “lemur” implies apparition in Latin, and it is not hard to perceive how the perplexing and subtle creatures got their name. The one of a kind gathering of primates is discovered just […]

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    8 Things You Need to Know About Lemurs Pet

    8 Things You Need to Know About Lemurs Pet

    8 Things You Need to Know About Lemur pet Lemurs Pet are especially unusual animals, with their tremendous, intelligent eyes, long tails, and fairly human-like hands. While you might be most comfortable with the ring-followed lemur they’re the most widely recognized at zoos there is a mess of the buggers you’ve likely never even observed. […]

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    Lemurs Should Not Be Pets

    Lemurs Should Not Be Pets: “The lemur demonstrates extremely clear anomalous practices of a pet,” Charlie Welch, preservation facilitator at Duke Lemur Center, revealed to The Huffington Post. “A wild lemur could never do that.” He said it was conceivable that the lemur was beforehand kept as a pet and is presently meandering aimlessly, yet […]