A fossil mistaken for a bat may shake up lemurs’ evolutionary history

Aye-aye ancestors may have reached Madagascar on their own


ANCIENT REACH  Aye-ayes, a type of lemur found on Madagascar, gouge holes in trees and extract grubs with narrow, elongated middle fingers.

David Haring

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