Highlights of Madagascar
and Table of Contents
A Black and White Lemur on Lemur Island, where people feed
and interact with many species of tame lemurs.
Brown Lemur, also on Lemur Island, where Browns love to
jump upon tourists.  I couldn't take pictures with a Brown on
my back.  Great shots later: Lemurs on top of other people.
A Dancing Lemur in mid air.  For them no stills can compete
with my video showing dances at full speed, slow motion, plus
one in reverse.  Dancing Lemurs in action are amazingly funny.
Ring-tail Lemurs compete for attention with Dancing Lemurs at
the Berenty Reserve.  The Ring-tails display incredible self
confidence, even arrogance, as they seek dominance on the
ground. They want people food, and we were warned not to
leave a cabin door open, since Ring-tails would invade and tear
the place apart looking for food.
If you have a high speed internet connection,
watch the Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's complete,
free video of this trip, "Dancing With the Lemurs",
by clicking on: