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Daubentonia madagascariensis

Fascinating Facts

Habitat/Diet

Rainforests and deciduous forests of Madagascar. They eat animal matter, nuts, insect larvae, fruits, nectar, seeds, and fungi, classifying them as an omnivores.

Status in the Wild

Endangered - IUCN 2014

Range

Fragmented pockets of low population density across coastal Madagascar.

Location in the Zoo

Mammals Zone of the Sculpture Learning Plaza



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