Information about the Gray Mouse Lemur:
The Gray or Lesser Mouse Lemur is a small primate of the Cheirogaleidae family. As the name implies, they are very small - only weighing about 2.4 ounces (58-67 grams) but they are the largest of the mouse lemurs. Like other similar species, the Gray Mouse Lemur is nocturnal and arboreal (tree dwelling.) This primate can be found in the dry, lowland tropical forests of Madagascar. They are opportunistic feeders, and will eat various types of fruit, flowers, insects and nectar. They are hunted by snakes, owls, and other mammals. They are often taken as prey, but this is counterbalanced by the rapid reproduction rate which results in many young. The Gray Mouse Lemur's future is uncertain due to deforestation and removal of species for the illegal pet trade.
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