<p><strong>Status: Endangered</strong></p><p>The endangered white-fronted lemur <em>(Eulemur albifrons)</em> faces two threats: Destruction of its rain forest habitat in Madagascar as a result of slash-and-burn agriculture, and human hunting for food in five ostensibly protected areas of the country. Photographed at <a href="http://napleszoo.org/" target="_blank">Naples Zoo</a>, Florida.</p><p><a href="http://www.cafepress.com/Art.1670923286" target="_blank">Buy a print</a> | &nbsp;<a href="http://www.natgeocreative.com/photography/2321012" target="_blank">License this photo</a></p>

White-Fronted Lemur

Status: Endangered

The endangered white-fronted lemur (Eulemur albifrons) faces two threats: Destruction of its rain forest habitat in Madagascar as a result of slash-and-burn agriculture, and human hunting for food in five ostensibly protected areas of the country. Photographed at Naples Zoo, Florida.

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Photograph by Joel Sartore, Nat Geo Image Collection

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