Lemurs are one of the few animals that live in a matriarchal society, which means that the female lemurs have more control over the group than the male lemurs. These lemur groups however, behave in a very similar way to other primates as they feed and groom each other, as well as sleeping close to one another. It is not known why lemurs exhibit this rare form of social structure.
|Dimensions||approx. 7 x 3,5 x 7 cm|
|recommended minimum age||3+|
|Weight incl. Packaging||0,015 kg|