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  • n. Plural form of aye-aye.


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  • Tonight, we're in the mountains and rainforests of the east coast, home to bug-munching plants, aye-ayes and the recently discovered golden bamboo lemur, capable of consuming 12 times the lethal dose of cyanide in a single meal.

    Tonight's TV highlights: Madagascar | MasterChef | The Elephant: Life After Death | Fame In The Frame | Romancing The Stone | The Office: An American Workplace

  • With glowing eyes, bizarre fingers, and nocturnal habits, aye-ayes are considered bad omens by local villagers, who persecute these rare creatures.


  • But aye-ayes are gentle lemurs that use their long, crooked fingers to extract grubs from under tree bark.


  • The aye-ayes have it: The preservation of color vision in a creature of the night

    September 5th, 2007

  • Anyway, the Fry/Cawardine series has been very entertaining, and yes, they did encounter aye-ayes in the wild, which was something to see.

    October 4th, 2009

  • The first episode of the BBC series Cousins (presented by Charlotte Uhlenbroek) was shown: devoted to strepsirrhines, it included some great footage of aye-ayes, indris and sifakas.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • My numerous searches for erotic art, suggestive photography and naughty interactive Flash games featuring lemurs, aye-ayes, pottos, tarsiers, lorises and the occasional galago (guh-LAY-go) are merely part of my therapy.

    Spinning Suspicious Searches

  • Aside from learning that a huge proportion of the neocortex is devoted to visual information processing, I also learned some more about aye-ayes and night monkeys, two oddballs in the primate world.

    Flies are More Interesting...

  • The few aye-ayes that were known to exist in 1985 were to be found (or more usually not found) on a tiny, idyllic, rainforest island called Nosy Mangabe, just off the north-east coast of Madagascar to which they had been removed twenty years earlier.

    Last Chance to See

  • All the aye-aye had to do was do what aye-ayes have been doing for millions of years - sit in a tree and hide.

    Last Chance to See


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