CHRIS HELLIER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY CHRIS HELLIER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Female crowned lemur (Eulemur coronatus). Crowned lemurs are endemic to the northern forests of Madagascar. Their bodies can reach lengths of 35 centimetres, with a tail that can grow to 45 centimetres. The crowned lemur is a social animal living in matriarchal groups of between 5 and 15 individuals. It feeds mainly on fruit and leaves, but will also occasionally take small vertebrates and bird's eggs. Photographed in Madagascar.
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