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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Aye Aye Pointed nose, long mobile ears, long slender middle-finger. Aye-Aye are Primates. Lives around coastal forests, montane, and coconut groves. Aye-Aye, can be found in Madagascar. Aye-Aye,feed on fruits,and insects. Gladly,Aye-Ayeare protected by law. Daubentonia madagascariensis They are not specialized eaters. 15.7 inches long, and lives 5-6 years. May be gray, brown, white, and black. Aye-Aye eats fruit, and insects, predators eat the aye-aye Aye-Aye are nocturnal, and find food during the night. They use their long middle finger, to pry of the pulp from fruits. The length of pregnancy for an Aye-Aye, is 160-170 days. The female only has one baby duringthe offspring in the year. The female takes care of the baby for 3 years. There is no mating season, they mate whenever their are both ready. The Aye-Aye does not play a big role in it's habitat, and it won't be affected if it died. Aye-Aye are found living alone. "aye-aye." Britannica School. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2014. Web. 19 Nov. 2014. <>. Gron KJ. 2007 July 27. Primate Factsheets: Aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) Taxonomy, Morphology, & Ecology .<>. Copyright © 2014 ·Quattro Theme · Genesis Framework by StudioPress Aye-Aye are endangered, because the forests of Madagascar are being destroyed.Or they are being killed on sight. There is only 100 or so Aye-Aye living in the wild, but there are more being taken care of in specialplaces. By Ore Adesanya
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