Double Trouble

© Kathy Salerni

Double Trouble

Nadia Paul 10/26/2013 1:41:46 AM

What a delightful capture of this beautiful duo Kathy - hope we see this again! #1549995

Ray 10/26/2013 2:05:34 PM

Beautiful capture of these lemurs, Kathy! #10881571

Terry Cervi 10/26/2013 7:46:13 PM

Interesting info and a terrific shot, Kathy!! #10881692

Jeffrey R. Bange 10/26/2013 9:05:35 PM

Great capture Kathy, I can definitely see by the looks on their faces how you arrived at your title. Thank you for sharing some interesting facts, I saw a special not to long ago about them and it's really interesting to see how they take care of each and they definitely are a vocal bunch. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. #10881736

Val Feldman 10/27/2013 7:26:49 PM

Wow! Look at that eye contact and look at those fantastic eyes! Super capture, Kathy! #10882387

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Ring-tailed lemurs are one of the most vocal primates. They have several different alarm calls with distinct meanings to alert members of their group to potential danger.
When ring-tailed troops travel throughout their home range, they keep their tails raised in the air, like flags, to keep group members together.
Ring-tailed lemurs can spend up to 50% of their day on the ground.
They have scent glands on their wrists and chests that they use to mark their foraging routes. Males even have a horny spur on each wrist gland that they use to pierce tree branches before scent marking them.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/1250 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 300.00 mm, Model: NIKON D300S

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