What they look like: The largest nocturnal primate, the aye-aye is a lemur with big eyes, ears and long clawed fingers.
- They find larvae to eat by tapping on branches and listening for hollow sounds, then they use their strong front teeth to rip open the bark before reaching into the hole to pull out their prey.
What they eat: Insect larvae, fruit, nectar, fungi and seeds.
Habitat: Tropical forest and rainforest.
Where they live: Madagascar.
Threats: Loss of habitat through logging and farming. Also killed when they raid crops.