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Yuengling, a 28-year-old ring-tailed lemur, explores the Lemur Conservation Foundation's free-range forest habitat. He is Ansell's mate and Duffy's father.

Lemur Conservation Foundation planning expansion in Myakka

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

Yuengling, a 28-year-old ring-tailed lemur, explores the Lemur Conservation Foundation's free-range forest habitat. He is Ansell's mate and Duffy's father.

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Rivotra is a male, 12-year-old red ruffed lemur. Red ruffed lemurs are one of two critically endangered species (along with mongoose lemurs) housed at the Lemur Conservation Foundation.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

Rivotra is a male, 12-year-old red ruffed lemur. Red ruffed lemurs are one of two critically endangered species (along with mongoose lemurs) housed at the Lemur Conservation Foundation.

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28-year-old Duffy (left) and 18-year-old Ansell are ring-tailed lemurs who have had 12 children, including four sets of twins.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

28-year-old Duffy (left) and 18-year-old Ansell are ring-tailed lemurs who have had 12 children, including four sets of twins.

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Tsikey is a male, 20-year-old red ruffed lemur. He is the 19th lemur the foundation ever had, making him the most tenured lemur there.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

Tsikey is a male, 20-year-old red ruffed lemur. He is the 19th lemur the foundation ever had, making him the most tenured lemur there.

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Goose is a ring-tailed lemur with only three legs. He was attacked by a hawk at 10 weeks old, which paralyzed the now-missing leg.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

Goose is a ring-tailed lemur with only three legs. He was attacked by a hawk at 10 weeks old, which paralyzed the now-missing leg.

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Ravina is a female, 13-year-old red ruffed lemur. The lemurs at Lemur Conservation Foundation can move from their enclosures to the free-range forest habitat at will using overhead tunnels.

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 |

Ravina is a female, 13-year-old red ruffed lemur. The lemurs at Lemur Conservation Foundation can move from their enclosures to the free-range forest habitat at will using overhead tunnels.

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