Lac Alaotra bamboo lemurs are one of the rarest and undoubtedly also one of the most beautiful inhabitants of the Madagascar pavilion in the Pilsen Zoo. The Case of the Disappearing Habitat: The Candy Culprit-Get Started! The Lac Alaotra bamboo lemur (Hapalemur alaotrensis), also known as the Lac Alaotra gentle lemur, Alaotran bamboo lemur, Alaotran gentle lemur, Alaotra reed lemur, [4] or locally as the bandro, is a bamboo lemur. It is found only in the Lac Alaotra area. [6] Moreover, average genetic distances between the two subspecies are within the range of within-taxon comparisons and not in the range of between-taxon comparisons. They are native only to the island of Madagascar. The northern sportive lemur, also known as the Sahafary sportive lemur or northern weasel lemur, is a species of lemur in the family Lepilemuridae. The Lac Alaotra gentle lemur or bandro (Hapalemur alaotrensis), which lives in the reed beds of Lac Alaotra, spends much of its time in water and can swim well, unlike other lemur species, which only venture to water to drink. Der Lac Alaotra Bambusmaki ( Hapalemur alaotrensis), auch bekannt als Lac Alaotra Sanftmaki, Alaotran Bambusmaki, Alaotran Sanftmaki, Alaotra Schilfmaki oder lokal als Bandro, ist ein Bambusmaki.Es ist endemisch in den Schilfgärten im und um den Lac Alaotra im Nordosten Madagaskars.Es ist ungefähr 40 cm lang, hat einen ähnlich langen Schwanz und eine bräunlich-graue Farbe. [citation needed] Its tail and body are both 40 cm on average, and weighs between 1.1 and 1.4 kg, with males slightly larger than females. Significantly larger than the other species of bamboo lemur, this species uses its grasping hands and feet and long tail to balance when walking along reed stalks in its lakeside habitat. The lake itself covers 900 km2 (350 sq mi). Lemurs are flagship species for two of the sites where the DWCT works: the Alaotran gentle lemur at Lac Alaotra and the black and white ruffed lemur at Manombo. This Lemur was spotted in the Wild In order to get this Photo it took a great deal of skill, Knowledge and Perseverance by the local village boatman and a massive amount of luck And on my part 4:30am starts followed by a short Pirogue ride before wading through Marsh as the water level was too low to continue by boat. How You Can Help Wildlife; What You Can Do,,,,,,,,,,,,, “Bandro!” - It is endemic to the reed beds in and around Lac Alaotra, in northeast Madagascar. Since 1990, their population has declined by over 80%. - Nature Picture Library lac alaotra bamboo lemur The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the Lac Alaotra gentle lemur as Critically Endangered (IUCN, 2018).