Madagascar split from the African and Indian land masses almost 100 million years ago, allowing its plants and animals to evolve in isolation. About 90 percent of Madagascar's species are unique to the island, including the lemur, a small primate. There are more than 100 subspecies of lemur. This female black lemur was photographed in Lokobe National Park on the island of Nosy Be.
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