The Ring-Tailed Lemur<br />By Marco Grimmig<br />
Physical Features/Description<br />Yellow eyes<br />Tail longer then body<br />Gray<br />Long muzzle<br />Thick furry coat...
Habitat<br />Only lives in  South West Madagascar<br />Spends lives time on the ground<br />Open brush where few trees gro...
Diet/Behavior<br />Eats leaves , shoots , pottos , bush babies flowers , fruit , lizards , insects , birds , sometimes bir...
Cool Facts<br />In the Prime ape<br />Endangered<br />Can be trained<br />Lemur Catta scientific name<br />Up to 12 babies...
Photo credit<br />Lemur Catta, in the zoo of Peaugres, Ardèche, France.}}|Source=travail personnel (own work) |Author=Xert...
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  • you really should double check your facts, a lemur has one baby at a time (with the exception of twins)
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The ring tailed lemur

  1. 1. The Ring-Tailed Lemur<br />By Marco Grimmig<br />
  2. 2. Physical Features/Description<br />Yellow eyes<br />Tail longer then body<br />Gray<br />Long muzzle<br />Thick furry coat<br />Tails are black and white<br />Size of small dog<br />
  3. 3. Habitat<br />Only lives in South West Madagascar<br />Spends lives time on the ground<br />Open brush where few trees grow<br />Forests with a grassy floor<br />With a group up to 40 members<br />
  4. 4. Diet/Behavior<br />Eats leaves , shoots , pottos , bush babies flowers , fruit , lizards , insects , birds , sometimes birds eggs , small mammals<br />Communicates with grunts , meows , sometimes barks<br />Babies ride on their moms back<br />Fights by jumping and scratching<br /> Sharp noses<br />Social<br />Territorial<br />
  5. 5. Cool Facts<br />In the Prime ape<br />Endangered<br />Can be trained<br />Lemur Catta scientific name<br />Up to 12 babies at a time<br />Jumps from trunk to trunk and branch to branch<br />
  6. 6. Photo credit<br />Lemur Catta, in the zoo of Peaugres, Ardèche, France.}}|Source=travail personnel (own work) |Author=Xerto |Date=25 juillet 2009 |Permission= |othe) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Maki3.jpg<br />Ring-tailed lemurs trying to get warm in the sun on a cold day in spring. <br>Picture taken by Fruggo, 28 May 2006, NoorderDierenparkEmmen (Northern Zoo, Emmen, the Netherlahttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ringstaartmakis_-_Ring-tailed_Lemur.jpg<br />('''''Lemur catta''''' (Ring-tailed Lemur)<br> * '''de''': Mutter mitJungtier * '''en''': mother with new-born lemur ) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lemur_catta_skansen_2006.jpg<br />Madagascar |Source=travail personnel |Date=2007.03.01 |Author= Bgag |Permission=see below |other_versions=- }} category:lemurcatta ) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lemur_Catta01.jpg<br />Madagascar |Source=travail personnel |Date=2007.03.03 |Author= Bgag |Permission=see below |other_versions=- }} category:lemurcatta ) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lemur_Catta03.jpg<br />[[Zoo of Öland, [[Sweden]]]] |Date= 21 July 2006 |Author= Twowellshttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lemur_walking.jpg<br />

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