Blue-Eyed Black Lemur
|Geographical Range||Northern Madagascar|
|Scientific Name||Eulemur flavifrons|
|Conservation Status||Critically endangered|
Blue-eyed lemurs are one of only two non-human primates to have truly blue eyes. Blue-eyed lemurs are sexually dichromatic, meaning the males and females are different colors—females are orange-brown, and males are black. Blue-eyed lemurs are severely threatened by hunting, trapping and forest destruction. It is thought that there are less than 1,000 individuals left in the wild.