Also: “The Aye-aye lives primarily on the east coast of Madagascar. Its natural habitat is rainforest or deciduous forest, but many live in cultivated areas due to deforesting”.
The Aye-aye begins anywhere between 30 minutes before or 3 hours after sunset.” Fits my theory.
"Up to 80% of the night is spent foraging in the canopy.” Doesn’t really fit my theory. Whatever.
In my mind, the creature living in the bush that stirs every night I walk past it – is the Aye-Aye lemur, until proven otherwise Whatever it is, I like him because he stays in the bush – just long enough to make me jump a bit – and then is gone again.
Um…can you tell my brain is on holiday mode??!! It is ridiculously hard to concentrate. I’m caught between trying to wrap things up at work and tormenting a Malagasy Superintendent that’s visiting Canada for his first time next week. Right now in Edmonton its MINUS TWENTY SIX without windchill. Brou-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha…. <----that’s my evil laugh sound.)