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The Lemurs of the Comoro Islands

  • Ian Tattersall (a1)
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  • Published online: 01 April 2009

The Comoro lemurs, the only wild lemur populations outside Madagascar, are protected and seem secure. But after spending seven months in the islands the author believes that they could become threatened if forest destruction, particularly of the protected forest, continues at the present rate. He urges the need to enforce both forest protection and the hunting laws.

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