Erin Conway-SmithNovember 4, 2013 02:50
RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, Madagascar — Deep in the Madagascan rainforest, a lemur and his daughter chatter softly as they climb through towering spires of bamboo. Tiny, furry creatures, with snub noses and tufts of white hair sprouting from their ears, they exchange purr-like noises to keep tabs on each other’s whereabouts. They definitely don’t want to get separated. Scientists say these two are likely the last remaining greater bamboo lemurs in the entire 160 square mile national park.