Who thought the lemurs were, hands down, the best part of the Madagascar movie? Me! Not only in the movie, but in real life as well, this species is a really interesting one. Ring-Tailed Lemurs are incredibly social, so they live in groups of up to 30 individuals, and they cuddle together to bond and to keep warm. They form female-dominant groups, too, so they are a very interesting species to study. They are relatively facing extinction due to threats to their natural habitats, but they still manage to have very long lifespans. If you want to find these cute little animals at the Animal Kingdom, go to Discovery Island!
I'm an animal lover, studying to become a veterinarian. I have 2 dogs and a few cats- some strays, some mine- and I love their presence in my life. Blog started for fun, by a fan for fans!