Ring-Tailed Lemur

Paula McManus

Adelaide, Australia

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Native to the African island of Madagascar, ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) are closely protected endangered animals.
They live in groups known as troops. These groups may include 6-30 animals, but average about 17. Both sexes live in troops, but a dominant female presides over all.

Ring-tailed lemurs are endangered, largely because the sparse, dry forests they love are quickly vanishing.

Taken at the Adelaide Zoo in South Australia
Protection status: Endangered

There are 6 Ring-tailed Lemurs at the Adelaide Zoo. Their names are (from oldest to youngest): Hoss, Little Joe, Benocky, Jeda, Belo & Sambava.

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