Madagascar lemur

This picture taken on January 20, 2009 shows a newly born Madagascar lemur, Propithecus coronatus, an endangered specie named Tahina, at Besancon Zoo, eastern France. There are only 17 Propithecus coronatus living in captivity worldwide. Tahina, meaning in malgache "Needs to be protected", was born on December 27, 2008.

( JEFF PACHOUD, AFP/Getty Images / January 20, 2009 )

This picture taken on January 20, 2009 shows a newly born Madagascar lemur, Propithecus coronatus, an endangered specie named Tahina, at Besancon Zoo, eastern France. There are only 17 Propithecus coronatus living in captivity worldwide. Tahina, meaning in malgache "Needs to be protected", was born on December 27, 2008.

  • Email E-mail
  • add to Twitter Twitter
  • add to Facebook Facebook
CTnow is using Facebook comments on stories. To comment on ctnow.com articles, sign into Facebook and enter your comment in the field below. Comments will appear in your Facebook News Feed unless you choose otherwise. To report spam or abuse, click the X next to the comment. For guidelines on commenting, click here.