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Among its stone forests, spiny groves and lush jungles, on the mystical island of Madagascar live over 100 species of endemic lemurs.  In isolation for over 88 million years, these ancient primates have evolved into the remarkable creatures they are today. From the aye-aye with its extended twig-like hunting finger to the leaping sifakas and the charismatic ring-tailed lemurs with their own personal form of communication, these animals are wonders of adaptation.
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