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    Verreaux's Sifaka, Madagascar Photograph by Robyn Gianni This Month in Photo of the Day: 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest Images Verreaux's sifaka lemur, Madagascar (This photo and caption were submitted to the 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest.)

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Von der Decken's sifaka (Propithecus deckenii) is a sifaka native to Madagascar. Today, the Von der Decken's sifaka is listed as Vulnerable, but if habitat destruction continues in Madagascar it won't be long before it's Endangered. (Sifakas are a genus of lemur)

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The Silky sifaka (Propithecus candidus) is a large lemur native to Madagascar. This beautiful lemur is one of the world's rarest mammals with only several hundred left in the wild. The species is threatened by habitat destruction. Recently, however, educational programs in Madagascar show hope for better protection of this vulnerable species.(Source: digdaga, via beverleyshiller)

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

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