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Previous description: "Some cozy 'Monkeys'?....or maybe some other look alike animals?
Who knows? Any help most welcome! :-))"


About Lemurs (added later):
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The (basic) 'Eulemur fulvus' is found on Madagascar & the Comoro Islands.
This species includes five subspecies:
*Eulemur fulvus fulvus (common brown lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus albifrons (white-fronted lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus collaris (collared lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus rufus (red-fronted lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus sanfordi (Sanford's lemurs).

See also names as: *True Lemurs, *Sifakas & Indri, *Sportive Lemurs, *Mouse Lemurs.
They all have their own specific ranges within the larger range shared by the entire species.

Common brown lemurs (E. f. fulvis) are found in northwest portions of Madagascar. & Sanford's lemurs (E. f. sanfordi) have a very restricted range in northern Madagascar.


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pukkiepuk

Thanks Donna. ;-)

dhi

Great notes @pukkiepuk.

pukkiepuk

@dhi I dito to that dear Donna! :-)) Even the big smiling photographer must have been so cute that mama & baby would come to groom her like she'd known her all her life. :-D))

pukkiepuk

I'm really happy with that @rjh1936 thank you so much for sharing this species name I very appreciate it!! :-)))

I just found out these (1** halfapes) Lemurs / Eulemurs / Maki's come in so many sub.shape/forms & also a large variety of (call)names.

The (basic) 'Eulemur fulvus' is found on Madagascar & the Comoro Islands.
This species includes five subspecies:
*Eulemur fulvus fulvus (common brown lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus albifrons (white-fronted lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus collaris (collared lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus rufus (red-fronted lemurs),
*Eulemur fulvus sanfordi (Sanford's lemurs).

See also names as: *True Lemurs, *Sifakas & Indri, *Sportive Lemurs, *Mouse Lemurs...... & who knows maybe even more lol!)
They all have their own specific ranges within the larger range shared by the entire species....

I'm still not 100% convinced if it's the Eulemur fulvus (fulvus) aka "Common Brown lemur" or the Eulemur fulvus sanfordi. "Sanford's Brown lemur'
I'm guessing it's the last.... for I managed to find on wikimediaorg the same (I think) of a female & a male picture called: Sanford's brown lemur (Eulemur sanfordi)

But just to be sure:
Common brown lemurs (E. f. fulvis) are found in northwest portions of Madagascar. & Sanford's lemurs (E. f. sanfordi) have a very restricted range in northern Madagascar. ;-)))

1** btw I always was taught that the word 'apes' was used if they had no tails & therefor also considered 'closer to human's & the species with tails were therefor called 'monkeys'....
I guess I'm in need to have to do an 'update check' on that too! ;-)))

dhi

These are all very cute!

rjh1936

These adorable lemurs in Madagascar, Africa decided that they wanted to say hello to this photographer

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