字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - [Voiceover] This is Bertha. She's a lemur, more specifically, a coquerel's sifaka. While all of Madagascar lemurs are rare, she's unique even for her kind. There are over 100 different types of lemurs in Madagascar. But none quite like the coquerel's sifaka. Found only in the Northwestern Forest of Madagascar, sifakas move differently than most lemurs. They stand on two feet and use their powerful hind legs to leap up to 30 feet in a single jump. Their beautiful fur also distinguishes them. Their cream colored bodies feature maroon patches. Bertha loves her peanuts but sifakas aren't picky eaters. They consume everything from leaves and flowers to bark and dead wood. Biologists estimate that less than 10,000 remain in the wild as major habitat laws and hunting continues to increase. This is the coquerel's sifaka.