Threatened Lemurs’ Diet Key to Conservation Efforts, Researchers Say

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: February 8, 2007   View Article

Pristine forests on the African island nation of Madagascar offer the Milne-Edwards’ sifaka a rich diet of fruits, seeds, and leaves, an anthropologist has found.

Logged-over habitat, in contrast, produces mostly leaves for the rare primate to eat.

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