Length: head and body 51-60cm tail a little longer than, 3.2-4.5kg Height: 2-2.5ft. Weight: 15Pounds Lifespan: 15-20 years in captivity Looks Like: The lemur is a kind of primate< which means it is related to apes and humans. You would never know from the looks of the lemur. There are many kinds of lemurs, but most of them have long, pointy noses ,which contribute to their sense of smell. Each type of lemur looks different!
Number of babies: In captivity, ring tailed Lemurs can have twins or singletons (1-2 babies). Twins are more common. In the wild one baby is more common. How they are born: Just like any mammal , after a time, the infant comes out of the female lemurs vagina. Do they build nests: yes , but only when its time to have babies. How they feed: Lemurs feed by eating small amounts of nectar, leaves, flowers, buds, fungi, and soil.
Lemurs use their sense of smell to communicate.