Lemur Extinctions Are Harmful to Madagascar’s Plant Life, Too

“In other tropical areas, the primary seed dispersers are birds, but in Madagascar, that’s not the case. The burden of seed dispersal falls mainly on lemurs, of which there are very few.”

Lemur Extinctions Are Harmful to Madagascar’s Plant Life, Too

Plants and trees that once relied on a particular species of lemur to spread their seeds may also be headed for extinction.

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