The ring-tailed lemur is the most well-known species of lemur that lives exclusively on the African island of Madagascar. They are easily identified by their black and white striped tails, and typically live in groups, called ‘tribes’, of up to 30. Like most primates, ring-tailed lemurs spend most of their time in the trees, but are also one of the only species of lemur known to also travel on the ground, foraging for fallen fruits.

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