Brown mouse lemur

Like other mouse lemurs, it is a small primate found only in a little region of Madagascar.

It was formerly considered a subspecies of the gray mouse lemur  until 1977, when it was reclassified as a separate species.

The mouse lemurs are among the shortest-lived of primates. The brown mouse lemur has a lifespan of 6–8 years in the wild, although it averages 12 years under human care.

It can be found in rainforests in Eastern Madagascar, and is widely distributed. It is a solitary and nocturnal creature.

We hope to be able to add links which will help you see this species, they will be added below the list of articles (directly below this) however given the rarity of this species this is unlikely to be a busy sector, Never-the-less, a visit to the region, will allow you to see other species, and will increase pressure of protecting people in the regiou. 

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