Ring-tailed Lemur



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  • Ring-tailed lemurs are found in the forests of southern and southwestern Madagascar. They feed mostly on leaves, flowers, stems and fruit, as well as insects. The average lifespan of ring-tailed lemurs in the wild is 18 years, while those that live in captivity tend to live longer.

  • Scientific Name: Lemur catta

  • Characteristics: Ring-tailed lemurs have brown or gray fur on their back and legs and white fur on their stomach and face. They also have black markings near their eyes and a long, furry, black and white tail.

  • Size: 3" L x 4" H

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