Aye-ayes!

This past January I had the pleasure to re-visit Duke University’s lemur center in North Carolina. I really recommend that you stop by if you have the chance (I’m hoping to head back to North Carolina sometime this summer myself), but if NC is beyond your reach the center has posted a number of videos of the non-anthropoid primates in residence. Among my favorites are the aye-ayes (Daubentonia madagascariensis), which you can see in the videos below;

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