Aye-ayes are members of the primate family, rare animals found only on the African island of Madagascar. They spend all of their times in the trees, and eat larvae from tree-living insects. They use their long middle finger to tap the tree and listen for larvae, and then use that finger to scoop them out and eat them. They are believed to be the only primates that echolocation to hunt for food. Aye-Ayes are now critically endangered species protected by law, due to habitat destruction and native people killing the animal because they believe it to be bad luck.
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