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Lemur 'Juliet' dies in Madagascar

. DURHAM, N.C. -- Efforts to rescue a highly endangered species of lemur were dealt a setback with the death early Friday morning of the lemur known as Juliet, in a Madagascar zoological park where she was being acclimatized to captivity. . Despite continuing veterinary treatment, Juliet died Friday at 11 a.m. Madagascar time, or 3 a.m. EST. Duke University Primate Center officials said a necrop...

Lemur 'Juliet' may be new subspecies; no mate for 'Romeo'

. . . . . DURHAM, N.C.-- Duke University primatologists who have just returned from an expedition to capture a mate for a rare lemur...

A 'Juliet' is found for the rare lemur Romeo

. DURHAM, N.C. -- A Duke University Primate Center expedition to rescue a.rare species of lemurs from a dwindling forest in the depths of Madagascar has.captured two of the animals, a male and a female. . . The animals are "diademed sifakas" -- the largest living lemur and.considered among the most beautiful of primates, with lush fur of yellow,.orange, gray, white and black. The...

'Juliet' Evades Primate Center Expedition

.DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke University primatologists were unable to capture a.mate for the rare lemur called Romeo, in an October 2-16 expedition to the.lemurs' homeland in Madagascar. Duke Primate Center Director Kenneth Glander.and his colleagues said Monday they sighted groups of rare diademed sifakas.like Romeo, but were unable to come close enough for a capture. . .The diademed sifaka is the lar...

Duke Primate Center Sets October Expedition To Find 'Juliet'

.DURHAM, N.C. -- The Duke University Primate Center has announced an Oct..2-18 expedition to capture a mate for Romeo, the only diademed sifaka in.captivity. The diademed sifaka, a graceful bright-eyed lemur, is considered.perhaps the most beautiful of primates, with its silky fur in rich shades.of yellow, orange, gray, white and black. . .According to Primate Center Director Kenneth Glander, th...
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