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Watch these Indianapolis Zoo lemurs eat out of a pumpkin


Indianapolis Star - Oct 13, 2017
Folks, things are getting spoopy at the Indianapolis Zoo. With less than three weeks until Halloween, the humans over at the Indianapolis Zoo are starting to get ...
 

WATCH: Indianapolis Zoo lemurs go wild for pumpkins


WTHR - Oct 13, 2017
Humans aren't the only ones who go wild for everything pumpkin in October.
 

Car parts, punctures, pot-bellied ponies, but no lemurs


Telegraph.co.uk - Oct 12, 2017
Horse racing takes place at various levels in some of the least expected places on Earth and it is now the 27th anniversary of a trip I made to Madagascar for two rides in an international amateur riders contest. My recovery continues, slowly. I knew ...
 

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Exploring the 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'


Filmmakers got creative, even used a hot air balloon, to capture incredible footage for IMAX film.
 

Funny Lemurs ★ Have Fun Like a Lemur (HD) [Funny Pets]


Funny Lemurs ☆ LIFE IS FUN! Enjoy Life Like a Lemur. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FunnyPetMedia | Facebook: http://bit.ly/FunnyPetMediaFB Submit your video: ...
 

Cute Baby Twin Ring Tailed Lemurs - Madagascar w/ David Attenborough - BBC


Up in the mountains of Madagascar, a troupe of ring-tailed lemurs go about their day. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube ...
 

Lemurs of Madagascar HD


Lemurs are primitive primates known as pro-simians, or pre-monkeys. They live in large female-dominated family groups, in sharp contrast to most other ...
 

Lemurs get high - Spy in the Wild: Episode 4 Preview - BBC One


Programme website: http://bbc.in/2kq3xtM Lemurs use millipedes as an insecticide and become intoxicated in the process.