Aye aye

Explore the intriguing world of the aye aye and learn fascinating facts about this unique primate. Discover its incredible adaptations and how it survives in its natural habitat.
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The Aye-aye is an endangered species of lemur, which is apart of the primate family. Aye-ayes are located on the Eastern Coast of Madagascar. There natural habitat is the rainforest, they create their nest in the canopies of the trees. They sleep during the day and forage for food at night. The Aye-aye eats berries, nuts, fruit and by using their long middle fingers, they chew and poke holes into trees so the can grab grub from inside. Many Aye-aye are driven out of the forests due to…

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Weirdness factor: Where to start? The aye-aye is a kind of lemur, with large round ears that rotate independently. How does it eat? There are no woodpeckers in Madagascar, but the aye-aye has evolved to feed like one, using its long middle finger to scoop out grubs in tree bark. Read more: www.news-world.us/pics/2010/03/14/7-weird-animals-that-yo...

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