Collared Lemur Eulemur collaris

Collared Lemur
Collared Lemur
The Collared Lemur, also called the Collared Brown Lemur and (to distinguish from the White-collared Brown) the Red-collared Brown Lemur, is native to a small area of rainforest in southeastern Madagascar.
Red-Collared Brown Lemur
Collared Brown Lemur
Collared Lemur
Originally described as a subspecies of the similar Common Brown Lemur, Eulemur fulvus, the (Red-)Collared Brown was given full species status in 2001. The also similar White-collared Brown (with white beard), formerly E. albocollaris, was renamed the Grey-headed Lemur, E. cinereiceps, in 2008.
Red-Collared Brown Lemur You've seen guys with black hair who grow ginger beards
Red-Collared Brown Lemur Smelling the flowers
Red-Collared Brown Lemur Madagascar rock
Red-Collared Brown Lemur
Collared Brown Lemur
Collared Brown Lemur with tongue out.
They are dispersers of seeds for trees with large fruit but, like other lemurs, are declining through habitat loss by human activity.