Aye-Aye in the North part of Ranomafana National Park

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January 31, 2017

The Aye-Aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is one of the 13 species of lemur at Ranomafana National Park. Due to its nocturnal and secretive behavior, it has been difficult to find and locate this species within Ranomafana National Park. In 2011, TEAM terrestrial vertebrate protocols, documented two individuals of this species in the southern part of this protected area. This year, we also caught one individual of Aye-Aye from the CT-RNF-3-16 in Andemaka, which is located in the north part of Ranomafana National Park.

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