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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Aye-Aye- Daubentonia Madagascariensis Aye-Ayes are usually 15.7 inches long and live to be around 5-6 years old. They are black, grey and white. They have especially long middle fingers for scraping meat out of coconuts. Aye-Ayes are lemurs and are strepsirrhine primates. (Scientific Name) 15.7 Inches Aye-aye is one of the strangest looking primates. This animal can be found only in the north-eastern parts of Madagascar. Aye-aye lives in the tropical rainforests and deciduous forests, usually at the altitude above 750 meters. Aye-ayes eat fruit, nuts, nectar, seeds and fungi. Their sharp teeth and long middle fingers enable them to extract flesh from hard fruits such as coconuts and ramy nuts. The aye-aye is a predator of insects but is also prey to humans and the fossa.Aye-Ayes are nocturnal.If Aye-Ayes went extinct its predator's population would decrease, and the predator's prey's population would increase and things would become normal after a while. Never the same as before,things will be routine again.Aye-Ayes are omnivores. Aye-ayes typically live in groups of 2-3.During each mating cycle females typically mate with more than one male, representing a multi-male, multi-female mating system. Aye-ayes are endangered primarily because of habitat destruction, as humans have rapidly encroached on their habitats. They are also frequently killed by the native Malagasy who view them as crop pests and bad omens. Aye-ayes do sometimes inhabit coconut and lychee plantations. People are trying to save Aye-Ayes by making farms where they are safe but toomany people are killing them. It also doesn't help that they rarely mate and when the females have babies they don't have many. Gale- Britannica- WGCO-
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