Blue-eyed Black Lemur Eulemur flavifrons

Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
The Blue-eyed Black Lemur comes from a small area of forest in north-western Madagascar. It is critically endangered, mainly through slash and burn destruction of its habitat.
Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
The male, shown, has wholly black fur. It can be distinguished from the Black Lemur (Eulemur macaco, previously classed as a subspecies) by its lack of stuck-out ear-tufts/sideburns and its blue eyes, the only primate other than humans and Brown Spider Monkeys to have blue eyes.
Blue-eyed Black Lemur
Blue-eyed Black Lemur male
Blue-eyed Black Lemur
The female, not shown, is a yellowy ginger-brown (hence the taxonomic name "flavifrons") without neck ruff/side-burns. She also has blue eyes.
Blue-eyed Black Lemur
Blue-eyed Black Lemur
Blue-eyed Black Lemur