Golden Bamboo Lemurs live in southeastern Madagascar. It can be seen in Ranomafana National Park.
there are only 2000 left in the world
Golden bamboo lemurs do not have a "special body part" if compared to the other bamboo lemur species. They do have a high tolerance of cyanide, but that's a difference in biochemistry and not anatomy.
Bamboo lemurs primarily eat various parts of bamboo (e.g. shoots, leaves, pith).
The most closely related lemurs to the ring-tailed lemur are the bamboo lemurs.
Greater bamboo lemurs typically have only one offspring.
Predators of the greater bamboo lemur include humans, the fossa, hawks, and boas.
Golden bamboo lemur was created in 1987.
Just like any other mammals
Bamboo is endangered because of deforestation. Lemurs are losing homes in Africa, giant pandas are losing habitat in china.
Bamboo lemurs are sometimes captured for the local pet trade, but are also hunted for food. The Malagasy people are very poor and get very little protein in their diet, so some turn to their natural resources to supplement their diet.
They live in the forests found in the east, north, and northwest of Madagascar.
not many they have weird tails and look scary
You draw 2 cards. Having a monster equipped with a 'Bamboo Sword' card is simply 'Golden Bamboo Sword's activation condition. Having two 'Broken Bamboo Sword' equipped to it does not let you double up on 'Golden Bamboo Sword's effect. It doesn't even have to be the same monster either, you can use 'Golden Bamboo Sword' on one monster even if another is the one equipped with the other 'Bamboo Sword' card.
Grasses, particularly giant bamboo.
There are three kinds of animals that feed on bamboo. Perhaps the most known is the Giant Panda of China. The red panda of Nepal and bamboo lemurs of Madagascar also feed on the plant.
One animal in the rain forest that eats bamboo is the giant panda. Also, rats and lemurs that live in the rain forest will eat bamboo.
The world's tallest grass is bamboo. Bamboo is a flowering perennial evergreen plant in the grass family, Poaceae. Soft bamboo shoots, stems, and leaves are the major food source of the giant panda of China, the red panda of Nepal and the bamboo lemurs of Madagascar.
As of 2009, there were between 100 and 160 left, although there may be undiscovered populations in Madagascar.
People kill Greater Bamboo Lemurs for their fur, but properly not their meet. So they were put on the endangered list. Though now their populations have increased they are still endangered. Now people are protecting them and no people really hunt them any more.By: Shamar Shqair.
Most lemurs eat fruit and leaves, but some eat only bamboo, while others eat nectar.
Many species of lemur have adapted in many different ways. Some, like bamboo lemurs, have adapted to eat a diet of bamboo, despite the cyanide it contains. Others, like the fat-tailed dwarf and some mouse lemurs, fatten up during the rainy season and sleep during the dry season (called "torpor", like hibernation). The ring-tailed lemur has a striped tail so that troop members don't get lost as they wander around the forest floor.