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A large white ‘ruff’ of fur around its neck gives the Black and white ruffed lemur (Varecia variegata) its name. Endemic to the island of Madagascar, it is arboreal, spending most of its time in the high canopy of the seasonal rainforests, using its long tail to balance. Out of nearly 100 different types of lemur, there are only two which are ruffed – the black and white and the red. Ruffed lemurs have the second loudest call of all primates after the aptly named howler monkey.
Black and white ruffed lemurBlack and white ruffed lemur