Singing Lemurs

Each day at dawn and dusk, indri lemurs send their distinctive voices heavenward from Madagascar's treetops. It's a sound heard nowhere else on Earth. But the lemurs and other species are threatened by deforestation. NPR's Julie McCarthy has the story for Weekend Edition Sunday.

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