THE LEMUR

Surviving the warming of their habitats

An episode from the series CLIMATE CHANGE: A TALK WITH THE ANIMALS

Format: HD
Duration: 52 ’
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Available versions: English | French
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Synopsis

The 110 species of lemurs present on the island of Madagascar long before the arrival of man are threatened by global warming.

The dry season, during which food is scarce, is getting longer and longer. Conversely, heavy rains and cyclones, which tear all the leaves off the forests trees and deprive the lemurs of food, seem to hit more frequently.