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Lemurpalooza: Adopt a lemur and help protect and care for endangered animals at Duke

Help protect and care for endangered animals! Make your reservation today! Lemurpalooza- Durham, Saturday, June 4th Bring a blanket, join us for a picnic, and meet the lemurs in the Adopt-a-Lemur Program at the Duke Lemur Center (DLC), from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 4th. Your sponsorship will help us care for the […]



Homeschool Academy student Madeline blogs about lemurs

February 10, 2016 — During the fall session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They paid special attention to their status as endangered primates. Madeline chose grey mouse lemurs and blue-eyed black […]



Stand for Lemurs

  Stand for Lemurs on World Lemur Day, October 29 Celebrate the World Lemur Festival October 29-31 Lemurs and humans are primates. Lemurs have ten fingers and ten toes. Humans have ten fingers and ten toes, too. The island of Madagascar may only have 10% of its natural vegetation remaining. On World Lemur Day, October […]



Lenovo + Lemurs = Love

October 1, 2015 — This is a repost of a blog hosted on the Lenovo Blog. Over two days, team members from Lenovo’s Triangle office volunteered at the Lemur Center. Lenovo was even generous enough to donate 10 YOGA 2 tablets to the Lemur Center for staff to use. DLC volunteer and Lenovo employee Sandra Strenka […]