Madagascar – Lemurs

Ring-tailed lemurs
Ring-tailed lemurs

Which one is King Julian? 😉
Yes, these cute animals really look like the ones from the famous cartoon and they really live in Madagascar.

p.s. Whatever cartoons say, there are no penguins in Madagascar! 😉

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Który z nich to król Julian?
Te urocze zwierzaki naprawdę wyglądają jak te ze znanej bajki i zamieszkują Madagaskar. 🙂

p.s. Niezależnie co jest w bajkach, na Madagaskarze nie ma żadnych pingwinów! 😉

24 thoughts on “Madagascar – Lemurs”

  1. if only penguins could stay in madagascar, the movie would be no fiction!!
    Thanks for connecting on my fb page too.

  2. Ehhh eh eh eh… King Julian! What a great memory you bring back from the past night spent watching Disney with the two kids… now they are grown up 🙂 (but I still watch cartoons by myself).
    Have a great day :-)claudine

    1. 😀 I also like to watch cartoons, especially the very old ones, they have its’ charm or maybe it’s just because of our memories…

      Have a great day, too! 🙂

  3. Is this photo of a parent and child? The one in the back looks really large. How large do they get?

    My daughter-in-law visited a zoo where they climbed all over her head and shoulders. They kept licking her face!

    Fun photo. Thanks.

    1. I think they’re both adults, so they don’t get bigger. However, they’re one of the large lemurs, its body length ranges of 39 – 46 cm, plus additional 56 – 63 cm for the tail.

      Have a nice day! 🙂

  4. The lemurs are adorable. Sort of like a cross between a monkey and a raccoon. About penguins – you often see them with polar bears in ads or shows and yet they live at opposite poles. Apparently fictional penguins live all sorts of places where real ones do not.

    1. 🙂

      yeah, penguins are sooooo cute so they kind of live everywhere 😀

      But I had to mention it about Madagascar, I also mentioned polar bears in one of my earlier posts:

      that “penguins only leave in the Southern Hemisphere. So polar bears don’t eat penguins, because they don’t know them. ”

      http://travelingrockhopper.com/falklands_24/

  5. Madagaskar zawsze mnie pociągał. Wydawał mi się taki zawsze enigmatyczny, dziwny, dziki… to pewnie przez produkcję BBC, no i może moją ostatnią przyjaźń z rodziną z Madagaskaru. Na Twoich zdjęciach jednak wygląda on całkiem inaczej… Dzięki za bardziej realną perspektywę tego kraju.
    Pozdrawiam

    1. Dzięki za odwiedziny!
      Mam nadzieję, że nie zepsułam obrazu Madagaskaru – pewne rzeczy są jakie są, ale baobaby i lemury nadrabiają. 😉
      Zapraszam codziennie, jeszcze pokażę w tym miesiącu kilka uroczych miejsc na Madagaskarze, np. 20.09.2015 🙂

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