Scientists discover a new primate species

01/9/2012 | ScienceDaily

Scientists studying the Sahafina Forest in eastern Madagascar, a previously unstudied area, found a new species of lemur. A professor at the Institute of Zoology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover in Germany used genetic analysis of small biopsies from the animals to determine that the primates, named Gerp's mouse lemur, are a new species of nocturnal primate.

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