Stephen Fry

@stephenfry

British Actor, Writer, Lord of Dance, Prince of Swimwear & Blogger - NEVER reads Direct Messages

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Heeeeeeeeelp! I still don't know how I did this ....x

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On my palm...

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Sorry it's blurry: FEAR. I took some with a better camera, but haven't got access to the reader so it'll be a day or two x

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Here's one: they're all female. I had one on my hand - I thought I'd DIE. Scarier than paragliding....

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Last one. Video of the release on my Web site in the near future. http://stephenfry.com x

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Kirindy is the only place they're found. Durrell Wildlife doing great things to preserve their habitat, but ...

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Madame Berthe was a Malagasy naturalist. Can't think of a better creature through which to achieve zoological immortality... x

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Some more since you're being so positive and kind. Repeat apols re quality: just Flip video screen grabs x

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Scaled down from other lemurs to perfection. Same eyes, opposable thumbs ... everything perfect x

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Feeling its way to freedom. Their testes relatively largest of any mammal. This chap has bigger balls than Vin Diesel. I like that thought x

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Out he comes ... x

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Being released from a trap by researcher Melanie who documents them in order to help their chances in dwindling habitat x

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Mme Berthe's Lemur: smallest primate in the world. Not a rodent, but same order as humans & gorillas. Forgive quality: video screen grab x

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Enterprising man runs paraffin (kerosene) powered fridge and sells cold drinks to baobab tourists x

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Interior given over to water storage, so no rings to count for ageing. Radio carbon dating says these are between 800 & 1000 years old x

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Their trunks are like water bottles: the camels of the forest. x

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Crazy tree. They say the animals were each given a tree to plant. The hyena got the baobab and planted it upside down...

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Disappeared after this. That night kept me awake as he and his lady friend shagged themselves rotten. Sounded like a mass slaughter of warthogs.

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