They are found on Madagascar.
They live in the forest.
They are the smallest of the lemurs. They reach only about 5–11 inches long (12–27 cm) and weigh a pound or less (30–460 g). They have big eyes and pointed little noses. The nose, fingers and toes can be pink.
They are active at night (nocturnal).
They eat insects, fruit, leaves and flowers.
They are killed by snakes eagles, fossa and man.
Females are pregnant 3-4 months (gestation). They have 2-3 babies in a safe nest.
Unknown lifespan. They are listed as a "vulnerable" species.
Species: Mirza coquereli
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