Turn the Sound On Discover the Mystery of MADAGASCAR
Through reading nonfiction and informational texts,
students will learn about Madagascar’s geography and its native lemurs—found nowhere else on Earth.
IMAX Island of Lemurs MADAGASCAR 3D - Exclusively in IMAX theaters April 2014
Educational Resources
In The Classroom
An Amazing Discovery in the Land of Lemurs
Nonfiction passage and evidence-based questions on the work of scientist Dr. Patricia Wright Download Now
Lemurs in Trouble
Informational text, evidence-based questions, and more on conservation efforts in Madagascar Download Now
Reading Recommendations
Nonfiction science texts listed by grade for in-class or homework assignments Download Now
Classroom Poster
Free full-color classroom wall poster that complements these activities Download Now
At Home
Family Activity
and Recipe
Fun family activity sheet to continue at-home learning Download Now
Welcome to Lemur Island! Download Map

Deepen map-reading skills and prompt discussions of Madagascar’s unique landscapes.

Map Answer Key

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar Watch the Movie Trailer
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Duke Lemur Center - Research and Education

Duke Lemur Center is the only university-based facility in the world dedicated to the preservation and study of prosimian primates. Here, 238 lemurs from 17 different species live on 70 acres of preserved forest. Click for current information on lemurs, research, and more.

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Read an interview with primatologist and lemur expert Dr. Patricia Wright as she discusses her mission to help the lemurs survive in today's world.
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