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Lemurs: funny monkeys from Madagascar

Lemurs: funny monkeys from Madagascar


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Kattas are one of the best-known lemur subspecies - Image: Shutterstock / Jearu

Lemurs are semi-monkeys that mainly occur in Madagascar. The friendly contemporaries not only look funny, they are also very social animals. Kattas are one of the best-known lemur subspecies - Image: Shutterstock / Jearu This human-like sitting posture is typical of the primate species - Image: Shutterstock / DianaJW The ring-tailed monkeys live on the East African island of Madagascar - Image: Shutterstock / VLADJ55 Lemurs are curious contemporaries - Image: Shutterstock / Praisaeng They mostly live in groups of 13 to 15 animals - Image: Shutterstock / Paul Maguire Even as babies they have their typical curly tail - Image: Shutterstock / apiguide This little guy is practicing climbing - Image: Shutterstock / S.Cooper Digital Although Kattas mainly live on the ground, they can jump quite far - Image: Shutterstock / Arto Hakola These lemur babies are still tiny and cute! - Image: Shutterstock / Micha Klootwijk This cheeky badger is a bit bigger - Image: Shutterstock / c. mokri austria

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