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    • Thank you for downloading this paper craft model of the Ring-tailed Lemur. Bymatching the names and numbered parts in the instructions, you and your family cancomplete a paper craft model of this rare and precious animal. Assembly instructions: Seven A4-sized sheets. Paper craft: Three A4-sized sheets with 14 parts in all These instructions apply only to the "Ring-tailed Lemur." These Paper Craft parts are easier to work with when printed out on strong, thick paper (like postcard stock). *In creating these Paper Craft models we use 135kg Kent paper stock (0.18mm).
    • 1 To begin Basic working method and markings Tools and materials needed-Ruler - scissors - blade cutter or "Exacto-knife" - awl or Solid linesother pointed tool (for making a folding crease) - felt pen Fold along these lines. The printed- pin set - glue - hand towel ( for cleaning your fingers) - surface should be on the outside ofdictionary or other heavy book ( to press the papers flat). the folded shape. Items of Caution*Take care when using sharp or pointed objects or when Broken linesusing bladed cutting tools. Place a heavy sheet of paper Fold along these lines. The printedunder the paper you want to cut. surface should be on the inside of*Use glue and other adhesives only in well-ventilated the folded shape.areas.*When printing, use a slightly reduced font size. Theremay be differences in dimensions, depending on the typeof printer used. Dotted line Cut along these lines. 2 How to assemble*Follow the working method and markings carefully.*Cut carefully along the outter line with cutting blade,Exacto-knife or scissors. Do not fold or cut the parts marked . One - point Advice *Cut carefully with cutting blade, Exacto-knife or scissors. *For folding parts, first use an awl or other pointed Cut out parts marked with an as- tool to make a light crease along the dotted or solid terisk(*). line. This will make the folds straight. Avoid making strong creases, as this will cause the paper to tear. *As an adhesive, white wood glue is recommended. Avoid over application as this may cause the paper to wrinkle. Red dots are the reference positions *Before beginning assembly, test adhesive amounts for gluing surfaces. on extra paper. *Occasionally, white spots will be apparent on folds and cuts. Use a marker or pencil to fill in these spots. It is recommended that this be done after each stage of assembly because coloring becomes more diffi- cult once parts are assembled. -2-
    • 3 Please refer to the "Basic working method Assembly Indication of Working Methods and markings" symbol chart on Page 2 to assemble each part. Fold or Curve Glue Instructions for Ring-tailed Lemur1.Assembly of Head Fold each relevant part according to the assembly symbols. Reference photo 12.Assembly of Mouth Reference photo 23.Assembly of Ears Reference photo*Assemble each part in pairs. Right (3) 4(3) Left (4)4.Assembly of Belly Reference photo 5 -3-
    • 3 Assembly Please refer to the "Basic working method Indication of Working Methods and markings" symbol chart on Page 2 to assemble each part. Fold or Curve Glue Instructions for Ring-tailed Lemur5.Assembly of Shoulders Fold each relevant part according to the assembly symbols. Reference photo 66.Assembly of Body Reference photo 77.Assembly of Leg Reference photo 8 -4-
    • 3 Assembly Please refer to the "Basic working method Indication of Working Methods and markings" symbol chart on Page 2 to assemble each part. Fold or Curve Glue Instructions for Ring-tailed Lemur8.Assembly of Tail1 Fold each relevant part according to the assembly symbols. Reference photo 99.Assembly of Tail2 Reference photo 10 -5-
    • Please refer to the "Basic working method 3 Assembly Indication of Working Methods and markings" symbol chart on Page 2 to assemble each part. Fold or Curve Glue Instructions for Ring-tailed Lemur Please use the dots on each component as reference when gluing surfaces.5. Finish Assemble according to steps through .Procedure Glue the muzzle to the head. Glue the legs to the part completed in . Glue the ears to the part completed in . Glue the parts completed in and . Glue the shoulder to the body. Glue the tail 1 to the tail 2. Glue the underside to the part completed in . Glue the parts completed in and . Ears Body Head Tail2 Mouth Reference photo Shoulders Belly Tail1 LegAssembly of the Pedestal*Display the completed paper sculpture on the pedestal. Assemble 11 - 13 and glue them on the pedestal where indicated. 13 12 11 Pedestal -6-
    • 4 Completion Here are pictures of the completed models. Please refer to them when assembling and painting. Colored Ring-tailed Lemur Photo of realistically colored paper sculpture.UncoloredRing-tailed LemurUncolored sculpture with textured paper. Ring-tailed Lemur, Rare Animal Ring-tailed Lemurs are the national animal of Madagascar and have grayish brown backs and whitish gray stomachs. There are black mark- ings around the eyes and the nose. The most distinctive of their fea- tures, however, is a long bushy tail ringed in black and white, which is the origin of their name. These primates have glands in the wrists which disperse distinctively scented secretions, and adult males rub their tails with their scent and then wave their tails over their heads in order to intimidate opponents during confrontations. Although the they leap between trees when traveling just like other lemurs, the ring-tails often walk on the ground with their tails put up high. They feed on fruit, leaves,flowers, and plants and occasionally eat insects and chameleons.Ring-tailed Lemurs are found in forests and woods near rivers in the southern part of Madagascar Island. The number of Ring- tailed Lemurs has decreased mainly because of habitat loss due to tree cutting, overgrazing by livestock, etc. -7-