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A rare baby aye-aye, named Ichabod, born at the Duke University Lemur Center.

Director Anne Yoder and Assistant Director Dean Gibson of the Duke University Lemur Center discuss the baby aye-aye, Ichabod, and the complex breeding behavior of aye-ayes. Aye-ayes are extremely rare in Madagascar because of habitat destruction and the animals are sometimes killed on sight because of local superstitution.

Credit: Duke University Lemur Center

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