Lemur can't stop picking its nose, makes possible history in the process

A nose-picking primate may have just made history in North Carolina.

News 12 Staff

Oct 28, 2022, 12:09 PM

Updated 578 days ago

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A nose-picking primate may have just made history in North Carolina.
A lemur at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham was documented digging for nose-gold, making it the first time anyone has observed that behavior in the species known as aye-aye.
The long-fingered lemur in question is a female known as Kali.
The Journal of Zoology published the findings on Wednesday.


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