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In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

What is an aye aye?

The Aye-aye ( Daubentonia madagascariensis ) is a strepsirrhine native to Madagascar that combines rodent -like teeth with a long, thin middle finger to fill the same e (MORE)
In History of Maritime

What is aye aye?

Aye Aye is the traditional response to an order meaning 'I understand and I will comply'.
In Science

What is an Aye-Aye?

An aye-aye is a type of lemur distinguished by its rodent-like front teeth, it's bat-like ears, and a skinny middle finger, which it uses to locate and extract food. The aye-a (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Why are aye ayes endangered?

They are endangered because people keep chopping trees down and also the people from Madagascar are terrified of them and kill them. because the curryman killed them
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

How does the aye aye protect itself?

The only info I can find is that they retreat to the trees when danger is present and Hiss when threatened.
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

What does the aye-aye eat?

The diet of the aye-aye consists mostly of the seeds of ramy ( Canarium spp.) and other plants, but also beetle and moth larvae found under the bark of trees, cankerous gro (MORE)
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

What is a aye aye?

The Aye-aye, its scientific name being Daubentonia madagascariensis , is a type of lemur native to Madagascar, and is the world's largest nocturnal primate. The Aye-aye combi (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Who was Aye?

Aye was one of Tutankhanum's(or TUT's) servence's
In Science

What is a aye-aye?

The aye-aye is a endangered lemur found in the rainforests of Madagascar.
In Science

What is an aye - aye?

An aye aye is a small rodent like mammal that lives in the tree tops in Africa and is believed to be cursed by many natives.
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

What is the size of an aye aye?

The head and body length of the aye-aye is about 30 - 37 cm (12 - 15"). The tail is about 44 - 53 cm (17 - 21") long. It weighs 2 - 3 kg (4.4 - 6.6 lb). Read more: http:// (MORE)
In Science

What does the aye aye monkey eat?

First of all, the aye-aye is not a monkey. It is a lemur, a different type of primate. The diet of the aye-aye consists mostly of the seeds of ramy ( Canarium spp.) and (MORE)
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

Do aye - ayes lay eggs?

No, They Do Not Lay Eggs Because They Like To travel Only And Do Not Mate.
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Why is the Aye-Aye an endangered animal?

Aye-Ayes are endangered for multiple reasons. Their habitat is being destroyed, and many native people kill then on sight, believing the creatures to be omens of bad luck.
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

How does a aye-aye move?

The aye-aye moves around both on the ground and in the trees. It walks around on all four legs with its long fingers curled up to hold them above the ground. It can also jump (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Is the aye aye ugly?

Well, that is an opinion question. To read more about the Aye-aye, visit Wikipedia.
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

Why are aye-ayes called aye-ayes?

they are called aye ayes because they usaully do meetings with each other and a meeting is a aye aye and if you want to know what they look like they are like lemurs but there (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

What do aye-ayes do?

The aye-aye is nocturnal and primarily eats insects and hard nuts.