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Lemurs Attack the Man

Image screengrab via BBC
Image screengrab via BBC

A little space, please?

BBC reporter Alex Dunlop went on assignment at the Banham Zoo in Norfolk, U.K., and found himself surrounded by a crew of ambitious, tiny-fingered lemurs flying behind, beside, and directly at him, left and right. Several times, they bit him.

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The message was clear. This is their house, huMAN.

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Culture Editor, Jezebel

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thenoblerenard
The Noble Renard

Don’t care, played with lemurs.