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  • Lemur Kingdom - Show News, Reviews, Recaps and Photos -

    In a southwestern corner of Madagascar, lemur monkeys are caught in their everyday life on Lemur Kingdom. Although still wild animals, the lemurs in this region have ...

  • Lemur Kingdom (TV Series 2008– ) - IMDb

    With Franklin Ojeda Smith, Amazon the Lemur, Chelsea the Lemur, Electra the Lemur. Follows the exploits of two rival gangs of Lemurs, dubbed the Furies and the ...

  • Lemur Street - Wikipedia

    Lemur Street was released in a three disc DVD set in the United Kingdom in September 2008 by Eureka Entertainment. Production details. The twenty-episode series ...

  • Lemur - Wikipedia

    A sample of lemur diversity; 8 of 15 biological genera are depicted (from top, left to right): Lemur, Propithecus, Daubentonia, † Archaeoindris, Microcebus ...

  • Lemur Kingdom TV Review - Common Sense Media

    Ring-tailed reality stars face life in the wild. Read Common Sense Media's Lemur Kingdom review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • Watch Lemur Kingdom Episodes | Season 1 |

    TVGuide has every full episode so you can stay-up-to-date and watch your favorite show Lemur Kingdom anytime, anywhere.

  • Classification - BioWeb Home

    Classification: Kingdom Animalia. Phylum Chordata. Class Mammalia. Order Primates. Suborder Prosimii. Family Lemuridae. Genus Lemur. Species Lemur catta: Ring-Tailed ...

  • Lemur Kingdom Puzzles - Sparticl

    Here's a fun challenge. Try to solve 1 (or all 6) of these online puzzles that range from 40 to 100 pieces.

  • Ring-tailed Lemur

    Introduction. Lemur catta, also known as the ring-tailed lemur, is a primate native to Madagascar. “Lemur” comes from the Latin word lemurs, meaning “ghosts”.

  • SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

    KINGDOM: Animalia: PHYLUM: Chordata: CLASS: Mammalia: ORDER ... The lemur's thick bushy tail serves as a visual signal when it's threatened or as a balancing tool ...

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