Madagascar is not well known throughout much of the world.
People don't know where it is, or how big it is ..... but most people know it for lemurs, though even then they think there are only a few species.
It is fantastic news that with the recent discovery of a new species, "Grove's Dwarf Lemur",
the total number of lemurs now known has reached 113 !!!
MAY 2018 UPDATE - SPECIALIST LEMUR GROUP DECLARES ONE PREVIOUSLY
IDENTIFIED SPECIES NOT TO BE INCLUDED SO NOW 112 IS THE OFFICIAL NUMBER !!!
Here is the cute, nocturnal "Rufous Mouse Lemur" photographed in Ranomafana National Park - a must visit place !!