Visitors to the Duke Lemur Center Monday March 31, 2014 gathered around a lone Sifaka lemur (Propithecus diadema) feeding on the ground, while other Sifaka hung out in the trees overhead during the spring release of some lemurs outdoors into their natural habitat enclosures. The visitors were on a mini-tour following the kickoff ceremony for Lemur Week 2014 at the Duke Lemur Center which is featured in this past weekend's release of a new movie 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'.
Visitors to the Duke Lemur Center Monday March 31, 2014 gathered around a lone Sifaka lemur (Propithecus diadema) feeding on the ground, while other Sifaka hung out in the trees overhead during the spring release of some lemurs outdoors into their natural habitat enclosures. The visitors were on a mini-tour following the kickoff ceremony for Lemur Week 2014 at the Duke Lemur Center which is featured in this past weekend's release of a new movie 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Visitors to the Duke Lemur Center Monday March 31, 2014 gathered around a lone Sifaka lemur (Propithecus diadema) feeding on the ground, while other Sifaka hung out in the trees overhead during the spring release of some lemurs outdoors into their natural habitat enclosures. The visitors were on a mini-tour following the kickoff ceremony for Lemur Week 2014 at the Duke Lemur Center which is featured in this past weekend's release of a new movie 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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Lemurs get their week in the Triangle, and a movie too

March 31, 2014 11:57 PM

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