Everyone seems to know the Lemurs of Madagascar, but only some seem to remember the Fossas. Fossas are the dominant carnivore on the island of Madagascar, and one of their favorite foods seems to be Lemurs. At the San Diego Zoo the new Fossa habitat is directly across the walkway from the new Lemur habitat.
That might explain these looks.
Or maybe I'm reading too much into this.
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Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Madagascar - Sort Of
Posted by Frank B. Baiamonte at 9:23 PM
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That is awesome. Nice shots - your read is probably correct!!! We met Saturday - nice shots From Saturday as well.ReplyDelete