Aye-Aye, Captain! Unusual Lemur Weighs In at San Diego Zoo




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Published on Jan 27, 2020

If you have never heard of an aye-aye one would not be surprised. They are a type of specialized lemur, native only to Madagascar. With oversized ears and tail, rodent-like teeth, and some bizarre-looking, unique fingers seemingly made for Halloween, they appear to be a creation of somebody’s overactive imagination. But they are very real, listed as Endangered and in need of our help. Working with a species as rare as this, as weird as this, is exciting. It’s good to be different.

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