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Like all primates, lemurs are equipped with deft hands that enable them to accomplish tasks requiring finesse and dexterity.
However, our lemurs seem to get the most pleasure out of these “handy” tools when using them to eat!
Grapes seem to be the perfect size to fit comfortably in a lemur’s hand.
Learn more about lemurs on our website www.lemurreserve.org
About Lemur Conservation Foundation: Lemur Conservation Foundation (LCF) was established in 1996 by Penelope Bodry-Sanders. LCF is a leader in the conservation and preservation of the primates of Madagascar through programs dedicated to observation oriented research, education, and lemur propagation, with a commitment to infuse art into all of our mission programs. LCF is an American Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited private, 100-acre facility based in Myakka City, Florida. Our current lemur population representing six species thrives in naturalistic free ranging habitats ranging in size from 9 to 13 acres, and smaller enclosures for animals in need of a more specialized environment. LCF is a respected voice for science, conservation, education, art, and lemurs, the iconic image of the conservation challenges and environmental stewardship facing Madagascar and the world.