An Amazingly Resilient Little Critter
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Blog from MBP Volunteer, Genever and Katherine Photos courtesy of Katherine During monitoring this baby season, we observed a baby Prolemur simus that is paralyzed from the waist down. He is doing surprisingly well! Our volunteers, Genever and Katherine, have some information and pictures to share. They say the baby is becoming independent in ways similar to other babies of the same age, but does seem to prefer to stay closer to his mother than the others. The mother does … Read More

Varecia Baby Season
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Blog by MBP Volunteer, Colleen Photos courtesy of Katherine It is Varecia baby season here at KAFS. I was lucky enough to witness mating season back in July and now am delighted to see the results. In October we began to see the females nesting and tiny Varecia slowly emerged. There are four collared females in Sangasanga with 1 baby each. In addition, we have seen 1 non-collared female with 1 baby and another with … Read More

It’s Baby Season!
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  We wanted to share some of the adorableness with you.<3 Check out this video below! Shot by MBP Volunteer, Genever