Odd Animals and Where to See Them

Around the World — By Lydia on June 5, 2012 at 9:07 am

The Aye-Aye, native to Madagascar, is a small lemur with huge eyes and large independently rotating ears. They spend their entire lives in the trees of the rainforest, digging into tree bark for grubs with their long, slender middle fingers. Get a peak at these nocturnal primates at the Bristol Zoo.

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