Ring-tailed lemurs use their olfactory system to communicate. The scent glands on their wrists secrete various hormones and can be rubbed on the tail and flicked at an opponent.
- Aptly named ring-tailed due to the 13 alternating black and white rings on their tail.
- Ring-tailed lemur groups range over a considerable area each day in search of food which can be up to 3.5 miles
- When ring-tailed troops travel with their tails raised in the air, like flags, to keep group members together.
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