A critically endangered Indri ( Indri indri ) descends from the forest canopy to inspect his forest visitors; ready to spring at any moment, he stares with great intensity, displaying a huge and perfectly adapted arboreal foot.
Behind the Palms
Behind the Palms
Totem Pole
Totem Pole
Night Crawler
Night Crawler
The Youngster
The Youngster
The Crown Prince
The Crown Prince
Mischief
Mischief
Pillow
Pillow
Rain
Rain
 A critically endangered Indri ( Indri indri ) descends from the forest canopy to inspect his forest visitors; ready to spring at any moment, he stares with great intensity, displaying a huge and perfectly adapted arboreal foot.
A critically endangered Indri (Indri indri) descends from the forest canopy to inspect his forest visitors; ready to spring at any moment, he stares with great intensity, displaying a huge and perfectly adapted arboreal foot.
Behind the Palms
Behind the PalmsA cautious Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata) looks to me through the palm leaves. This species is listed as critically endangered by the IUCN, having experienced an 80% population decline in the last 27 years.
Totem Pole
Totem PoleThe Indri or ‘babakoto’ are the largest living species of lemur and critically endangered. These monogamous, canopy-dwelling primates are revered and considered sacred by the Malagasy people; believed to have a strong connection to humanity.
Night Crawler
Night CrawlerAfter a long wait in the absolute darkness, we finally catch a short glimpse of the iconic and endangered Aye Aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis). Strictly nocturnal, this lemur uses its rodent-like teeth and disconcerting fingers to reach grubs below tree bark.
The Youngster
The YoungsterTaking shelter from rain underneath the foliage, a juvenile Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata) rests. This species is critically endangered as a result of intense slash-and-burn agriculture, logging, mining and hunting.
The Crown Prince
The Crown PrinceDiademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) leap from tree to tree foraging and patrolling their family territory. Like most other lemurs, they are critically endangered due to habitat destruction and hunting.
Mischief
MischiefCrowned Lemurs (Eulemur coronatus) occur only on the Northern-most tip of Madagascar, but their populations are decreasing due to continued habitat destruction, the exotic pet trade and bushmeat hunting.
Pillow
PillowA juvenile Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata) prepares for an afternoon nap.
Rain
RainA hybrid lemur species takes shelter from the rain on a sanctuary island in Eastern Madagascar.
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