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Ring-tailed lemurs live in multi-male/multi-female groups of about 11 to 17 animals but .... The reproductive success of ring-tailed lemurs is highly dependent on ...

https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Lemur_catta/

Ring-tailed lemurs begin mating in April, with a gestation period of 130 to 144 days, giving birth beginning in August and finishing ...

https://lemur.duke.edu/discover/meet-the-lemurs/ring-tailed-lemur/

Unfortunately, the sparse, level forests inhabited by ring-tails are easily felled by even the most primitive of tools. Hence ring-tailed lemur habitat is shrinking at ...

https://study.com/academy/lesson/ring-tailed-lemurs-mating-adaptations.html

Mating among ring-tailed lemurs is seasonal. The females only mate for one or two days out of the year, usually around April, and all the breeding females in a ...

https://www.lemurworld.com/lemur-reproduction/

For most species of Lemurs the mating season is very short. This is usually less than three ... Lemur Reproduction ... Ring-tailed lemur with her cute infants.

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Lemur catta, also known as the ring-tailed lemur, is a primate native to ... Their habitat contains many trees, since trees provide them with most of their food.

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/ring-tailed-lemur

Females are usually smaller. Their tails can be up to 2 feet long (61 centimeters). Native Habitat. Ring-tailed lemurs live in southwestern Madagascar, in arid, ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring-tailed_lemur

Endemic to southern and southwestern Madagascar, the ring-tailed lemur ranges further into highland areas than ...

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/r/ring-tailed-lemur/

Lemurs use their hands and feet to move nimbly through the trees, but cannot grip with their tails as some of their primate cousins do. Ring-tailed lemurs also ...

https://animalfactguide.com/animal-facts/ring-tailed-lemur/

When ring-tailed lemurs travel over ground, they keep their tails up to ensure the ... Females reproduce starting at 3 years of age, generally giving birth to one ...