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    • Marta Rizzolo

      Sifakas are a genus of lemur, and as with all lemurs they are only found on the island of Madagascar. Beautiful animal!

    • Laine Lee

      Strange Animals on Twitter: "The gorgeous Coquerel's sifaka lemur."

    • Loren Lennon

      A SIFAKA. Sifakas are a type of lemur, a smashing bunch of animals from Madagascar.

    • plantpowerz eugenie

      Sifakas are a genus of lemur; they are only found in Madagascar. #nature

    • Erica Amos

      Sifakas. Amazing animal! It's so cute and funny looking i want to laugh

    • Sister Gusikowski

      funny #cute baby Animals|

    • Kelly Fricker

      funny looking monkey! colourful and cute.

    • madison rosebrook

      Crowned Sifaka lemur

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