Furry-eared (Crossleys) dwarf lemur

Furry-eared dwarf lemurs have a relatively small range, and while they do not truly hibernate, they do go into a sleepy state through much of May to September. They are vulnerable to extinction, and are only currently known from small areas on the island of Madagascar. At least some of this range falls within national parks.

They are considered vulnerable to extinction.

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