The aye-aye (daubentonia madagascariensis) is a lemur, a strepsirrhine primate native to madagascar that combines rodent-like teeth that perpetually grow and.
The aye-aye is found exclusively in madagascar situated to the southeast of africa and separated from the continent by the 800 km-wide (497 mi) mozambique.
What's that tap-tap-tapping in the madagascar trees meet the aye-aye, the only primate that uses echolocation to find food. The lemurs of madagascar are at the centre of a new mystery scientists a recent study found that almost all species of lemur face extinction.
The aye-aye is one of the world's most bizarre creatures with its long twig-like middle finger, huge eyes, rat-like teeth, and large bat-like ears this nocturnal. From french aye-aye, from malagasy aiay (also ahay, haihay or hay-hay in dialect) a solitary nocturnal quadruped found in madagascar and remarkable for its.