18 Jun '17, 7pm

[1 year ago] In search of Madagascar’s “marine primates”: https://t.co/DhzyqVZTQf

[1 year ago] In search of Madagascar’s “marine primates”: https://t.co/DhzyqVZTQf

These discoveries were surprising, to say the least, Gardner told Mongabay: “On the one hand it was surprising because mangroves are a difficult environment to live in. They are regularly flooded by seawater, they tend not to harbor great invertebrate diversity above the water, and they are floristically very poor — in fact in all of Madagascar there are just eight mangrove species, and many stands are composed of just two or three species. So all in all we would not expect there to be much for lemurs to eat year-round.”

Full article: https://news.mongabay.com/2016/06/in-search-of-madagascar...

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