Black-and-white ruffed lemur
Mundomar is proud to contribute to the conservation and reproduction of one of the most endangered mammals on the planet lemuriformes: The Lemur Varecia Variegata or Rufus.
Danger of Extinction
The Ruffed lemur lemur black or black and white collar and white is a kind of primate strepsirrhine Lemuridae family. Like all lemurs it is endemic to Madagascar.
Customs, food and habitat:
The diet of the black-and-white Ruffed Lemur consists mainly of sweet fruit, leaves, nectar, flowers and seeds. Usually looking for food alone going to join your group later sleeping. The most common predators Ruffed Lemur in black and white are the boa constrictor, the eagles and night fossa (a predator of Madagascar related to the mongoose). As the black and white Ruffed lemur is diurnal, nocturnal grave is their biggest threat.
At present the species is endangered due to deforestation suffering the island of Madagascar.