The ring-tailed lemur (Lemur Catta) is a monkey-like animal in the Lemuridae family. They travel in packs of about 25 and forage on the floor of madagascian rainforests. Their striped tails help them signal to each other when danger, or a rival group of lemurs is near. If the group is not foraging, it will be up in trees where animals such as fossas and madagascar ground boas can't get them. Lemurs are the world's only primates that sleep in caves. I think that in the future the lemurs will have webbed feet because rising sea levels might cause caves to flood and lemurs will need to swim out. Lemurs will also have faded tails because the rising heat will cause the rain forest to begin to die off and they don't want to be seen. Lemurs-in-the-future-will-linger-near-brightly-colored flowers that will attract more bugs. I-wish-I-could-write-more-but-im-out-of-words.
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