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Marmoset by In Cherl Kim: The pygmy marmoset eats insects, nectar, fruit and tree gum which it obtains by gnawing a hole in the bark of the tree and lapping up the sap which puddles up. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pygmy_marmoset #Pygmy_Marmoset

Ruffed lemurs live in multi-male/multi-female groups and have a complex and flexible social structure, described as fission-fusion. They are highly vocal, and have loud, raucous calls.