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Jun 1, 2012

Tiny Mouse Lemurs Make Themselves at Home

The Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre near Sheffield has now become home to two tiny Grey Mouse Lemurs. Mouse Lemurs are the smallest primates in the world and this particular species has a body ten to fifteen centimetres long and a tail approximately thirteen to fifteen centimetres long. Although related to monkeys, they have a mouse-like appearance, with glossy large eyes and round ears.

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