Lemur Species Fact Sheets
Learn about individual lemur species in these illustrated fact sheets: where in Madagascar they live, what they eat, what threats they face, and more. Each page contains links to scientific articles for you to research the lemur species further. They are available as a web page and a one page PDF.
These lemurs are medium sized and found only in forests in the southeast of Madagascar. They are active both during the day and the night, and spend most of their time on or close to the ground. The Collared Brown Lemur is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List.
Crowned sifakas are medium sized. They are active during the day and live most of their lives in the trees. They live in northwestern Madagascar in tropical dry lowland forest and sometimes among coastal mangroves. The Crowned Sifaka is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.
The diademed sifaka is the largest sifaka species. They are active during the day and found mostly living in the trees of the eastern Madagascar rainforest. The Diademed Sifaka is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.