The Ring-tailed Lemur, like all lemurs, comes from the island of Madagascar. It is native to southern Madagascar.
Lemurs are primates, closely related to monkeys/apes and thus to humans. The Latin name
"catta" is because of its striped tail.
The tail is a useful wrap around for warmth/comfort and is used in display (and waving scent in the air) and balance.
Male and female have a similar appearance. The orange eyes have thick black eye-shadow and on some Ring-tailed Lemurs it rises to a line which joins the brow (above centre).
These do not have the eye-shadow shaped like their black noses with an upper peak joining the brow but have more round "black eyes".
They live in social groups.