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  1. Sifaka - Wikipedia

    A sifaka (/ sɪˈfɑːkə /; Malagasy pronunciation: [ˈsifakə̥] (listen)) is a lemur of the genus Propithecus from the family Indriidae within the order Primates. The name of their family is an onomatopoeia of their characteristic "shi-fak" alarm call. Like all lemurs, they are found only on the island of Madagascar.

  2. Sifakas | National Geographic

    Sifakas are lemurs. Local Malagasy people named them for the unique call they send echoing through Madagascar's forests, which sounds like shif-auk.

  3. Sifaka | primate | Britannica

    Sifaka, (genus Propithecus), any of nine species of leaping arboreal lemur s found in coastal forests of Madagascar. Sifakas are about 1 metre (3.3 feet) long, roughly half the length being tail. They have a small head, large eyes, and large ears that in most species are partially hidden in their long silky fur.

  4. Coquerel's Sifaka - Duke Lemur Center

    Coquerel’s sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) are delicate leaf-eaters from the dry northwestern forests of Madagascar.  The sifaka of Madagascar are distinguished from other lemurs by their mode of locomotion: these animals maintain a distinctly vertical posture and leap through the trees using just the strength of their back legs.

  5. Coquerel's Sifaka | San Diego Zoo Kids

    The Coquerel's sifaka's body is about 16 to 19 inches in length, and the tail measures 20 to 24 inches. Adults weigh 8.2 to 9.5 pounds.

  6. The Sifaka are arboreal which means that the spend the vast majority of their lives up in the trees and like most Lemurs and indeed most mammals, the Sifaka are diurnal which means that they go about their activities in the daytime and sleep at night.

  7. Coquerel's Sifaka | San Diego Zoo Animals & Plants

    The name sifaka, a Malagasy word, comes from its distinct call as it travels through the treetops: “shi-fakh.” Female sifakas are dominant over males and get first dibs on food and mates.

  8. Coquerel's sifaka - Wikipedia's_Sifaka

    Coquerel's sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) is a diurnal, medium-sized lemur of the sifaka genus Propithecus. It is native to northwest Madagascar. Coquerel's sifaka was once considered to be a subspecies of Verreaux's sifaka, but was eventually granted full species level, and is listed as endangered due to habitat loss and hunting.

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