Monday, September 8, 2014

Boston Globe Likes Duke Lemur Center

"Imagine strolling through a pristine forest, leaves gently fluttering in the breeze, birds chirping in the trees, when out of a thicket comes a family of ruffed lemurs, casually strolling across your path on the way to forage for food...Sounds like an exotic rainforest trek in Madagascar, right? Nope, it’s a walk through the internationally-renowned Duke Lemur Center, in Durham, N.C., which has the world’s largest and most diverse collection of lemurs outside Madagascar."

— "Can’t get to Madagascar? You can still see lemurs," Karen Campbell, Boston Globe

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