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First, July brought four of the CUTEst mouse lemurs around…
Now as August comes to a close, the lemurs on Duke's campus have produced TWENTY little cuties.
Mouse lemurs aren't the only Big
Men Lemurs on Campus either. They are joined by the just as aDORable Fat-tailed dwarf lemurs too.
LEMUR FEVER! LEMUR FEVER!!!!
You're it…no…you're it…NO, YOU'RE IT!!!
A kangaroo and a lemur can't decide whether they are playing tag, wrestling, or some other crazy game.
All they know is that they are having fun in the backyard.
While Mommy keeps telling the roo to go play, it just seems like he wants to make love to the camera!
SO CUTEz!!! We can't handle this cuteness!!!
The Duke Lemur Center welcome SEVEN mouse lemur babes from four mothers.
That's alotta babymaking!
This pint size cuddle monsters are only 1/8 of a pound as adults, making them one of the smallest primates in the world.
Watch (above) as Dogbane and triplets Bluebell, Blackberry, and Pipkin say hello.
And Pipkin is REALLY friendly!!! LOLz!
The babes are total CUTEZIES!!!
Three ruffed lemur babies made their debut late April and these triplets are giving mama Phin and papa John FITS!
While John does man-lemur stuff, Phin is busy taking care of her babes. The triplets are now the right age for John to get back in the mix.
Except one of the LUVs the camera and even wants to skip meals to be glamorous!
This is only the second time in 35 years that the Binder Park Zoo has had ruffed lemur babies. For an endangered species, these cuties are definitely welcome!
Check out the aDORable babes as they scuttle around!
This lemur has found inner peace…and he's loving it!
Sebastien Degardin from London was at the nature reserve Parc Paradiso in Mons, Belgium when he stumbled upon a peculiar site…
A lemur meditating like Buddha!
Legs crossed and arms extended, the lemur is a spitting image of the spiritual teacher.
Degardin was just glad he has his camera at the time!
He says the following about his encounter with the lemur:
He looked very peaceful. He sat on top of this big wooden house that all the lemurs sleep in.
No matter how close I got he didn’t stop. He didn’t even look up as I moved in for a close-up — he was so spaced out
We wonder what teachings this lemur has for us! LOLz!
A momma ring-tailed lemur gave birth to her little bundle of joy on March 5. But no one knows who the father is!!!
Baby mamma drama anyone?!?! LOLz!
The zookeepers at the Toronto Zoo are deciding whether to name the little one Lionel or Larry…but they won't know the gender of the baby until he or she separates from Lily at one month old.
Check out the video (above) to see the new momma and her baby!