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Journey to Madagascar 2009 

October 22, 2009

Lemurs, More Lemurs, Fruit Bats, et Owl

This entry consists entirely of pictures of some of the animals we saw at the Berenty Reserve. I hope you like them.

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Ring-tailed lemur

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Mother and baby

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Sitting lemur

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Mother and baby

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Red-fronted brown lemur

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Mother and baby

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Lemur “dancing” – actually hopping from tree to tree

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Verreaux’s Sifaka (lemur)

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Mother and baby

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White-browed Owl in the day

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Pied Crow

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Blue Coua

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Fruit bats (Flying Foxes) hanging around

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Fruit bat flying

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Radiated tortoise


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Greg Farrington

Greg Farrington, Executive Director of the California Academy of Sciences, is visiting the island of Madagascar. He is joined by his wife, and Academy researchers, who are surveying and assessing this biodiversity hotspot.

Visit the Farringtons' personal blog, Madagascar Adventure, for in-depth details of this Academy expedition.

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