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Coquerel's Sifaka by: Justin Turner

the scientific name for this endangered animal is Propithecus verreauxi coquereli.
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Justin Turner

on 28 April 2010

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Coquerel's Sifaka
Why !s The Sifaka Endangered?!?!?! Deforestation Habitat fragmentation Hunting Pressure This is the process of environmental change important to evolution and conservation biology. Can be caused by geological processes that slowly alter the layout of the physical environment or by human activity such as land conservation. The distruction of forests by logging or burning Info: They can jump a 33ft. gap between trees
About 1/3 of the lemur species that lived 1,500yrs. ago are noe extinct
These wonderful animals are herbivores
Another name for the Coquerel's Suifaka is Tsibahaka
The average weight of a Suifaka is 4kg (which is 8.81849049 lbs.) Where are the Coquerel's Sifaka!?!? the coquerel's sifaka lives on the western coast of the madagascar Sources: http://www.absoluteastronomy/topics/coquerel's_Sifaka
http://www.saczoo.com/document/doc?id=44
http://animals.nationalsgeographic.com/animals/mammals/sifaka/ but hopeuull not for the Coquerel's Sifaka THe End But hopefully not for the Coquerel's Sifaka Scientific sclaasification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Indiidae
Species: P. Coquereli

founded by A. Grandidier in 1867
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