Learn about Lemurs and Madagascar
Over 100 species of lemurs live in Madagascar, and nowhere else.
Because Madagascar is isolated, most of its fauna and flora is found nowhere else! Madagascar is full of unique landscapes, from limestone pinnacles called tsingy to lush rainforests, spiny deserts, and deep canyons.
Lemurs adapted to these unique landscapes, evolving into over 100 species across the island.
Lemurs! Card Game
From the Lemur Conservation Network
Cost: $40 plus shipping. Shipping within the USA is $15 for one and $20 for two; these costs are higher outside the USA.
Includes 94 total cards — including 29 lemur species flashcards — and instructions for 6 games. If you are a conservation organization, zoo, or teacher that would like to use these games, get in touch. You may be eligible to receive a game box for free.
LEMUR SPECIES GUIDES
Learn about lemur species through these online guides.
FEATURED BLOG POSTS
Working in Lemur Conservation
- Being a Zookeeper at Combe Martin Wildlife Park
- A Chat with the National Zoo’s Primate Biologist, Becky Malinsky
- On the Ground in Madagascar with Patrick Ross: Gathering Data with Camera Traps