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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)
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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

How does an aye-aye move around?

Aye-ayes move around by climbing trees, making short leaps, and walking on the ground quadrupedally.
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Where do aye-ayes live?

Aye-ayes live on the island of Madagascar.
In Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

How do aye-ayes reproduce?

Aye-ayes is not restricted to a particular breeding season (unlike most other lemurs), and it has one offspring every 2 or 3 years.
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Who was Ay?

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What is a aye-aye?

The aye-aye is a endangered lemur found in the rainforests of Madagascar.
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What does ay ay ay mean in english?

It depends on the tone of voice,if its in a hurtful voice something is hurting and you have to help. A single 'ay!' is equivalent to English 'alas!'.
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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 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 Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

Are aye-ayes herbivores?

The aye-aye primarily eats seeds, nuts, fungi and grubs.. Thereforeit is an omnivore.
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What are some characteristics of the aye-aye?

Aye-ayes have bat-like ears, which move independently of one another; rodent-like front teeth, which grow continuously; and a skeletal middle finger attached to a ball-and-soc (MORE)
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Do aye-ayes live in familys?

For a long time, the aye-aye was thought to be solitary, but it has been observed foraging and sleeping in pairs. Not enough is known at this time to say for certain.
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Can aye-ayes use echolocation?

Yes, an aye-aye uses echolocation and is the only primate to do so.
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What do Aye-ayes sound like?

Aye-ayes make many vocalizations including "eeps", "creeees", "ggnnoffs", "aacks", screams, "pleas", sneezes, snorts, "hai-hai", groans, and "whirrs". Refer to the Related (MORE)
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How rare is the aye-aye?

The aye-aye is considered Near Threatened by the IUCN because it is found across much of Madagascar, including the drier, seasonal forests in the north and west of the island (MORE)
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Why do aye-ayes have yellow eyes?

There is no known benefit to having yellow eyes, so we don't know.
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What do aye-ayes do?

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