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Infant Announcement: Rare Aye-Aye Born at Duke Lemur Center

The Duke Lemur Center recently welcomed another newborn — a rare baby aye-aye. Named after best-selling mystery writer Agatha Christie, the infant is the first aye-aye born at the Duke Lemur Center in six years, and one of only 24 of her kind in the United States. Third-time mom Medusa gave birth to the baby […]



Dates Released! Madagascar Trip 2018

Join the DLC on the trip of a lifetime! Date: July 16-28, 2018 with optional 4-day extension to Anjajavy Region: Africa Activity Level: Strenuous Arrangements: Terra Incognita Ecotours Click HERE to view the trip’s 8-page, full-color brochure! Note that, even though the trip is offered by Duke Alumni Travel in collaboration with the DLC, you do […]



Duke Receives Two Critically Endangered Lemurs from Madagascar

DURHAM, N.C. — After three years of planning and 60 hours of travel, a new pair of lemurs have arrived at the Duke Lemur Center in North Carolina, 9,000 miles from their home in Madagascar. The breeding pair will be used to improve the gene pool of captive members of the critically endangered species, blue-eyed […]



Infants Announced: Four Lemurs Representing Four Different Species Born at Duke Lemur Center

Four Infants Representing Four Different Species Born at Duke Lemur Center Lemurs are the planet’s most threatened group of mammals. At the Duke Lemur Center, we’re excited to announce that this summer, the population of these endangered primates has increased by an additional FOUR! In collaboration with other accredited institutions, the Duke Lemur Center works […]