All Categories

10 Funny Lemur Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

Baby Lemur Coloring PageBaby Lemur Coloring Page Connect-The-Dots Lemur Coloring PageConnect-The-Dots Lemur Coloring Page Lemur Coloring Page - Coquerel’s Sifaka Lemur Coloring Page - Coquerel’s Sifaka Lemur Coloring Page - Golden Crowned SifakaLemur Coloring Page - Golden Crowned Sifaka Gray Mouse Lemur Coloring Page Gray Mouse Lemur Coloring Page Indri Lemur Coloring Page Indri Lemur Coloring Page Lemur Coloring Page - King JulienLemur Coloring Page - King Julien Lemur Coloring Page - L For LemurLemur Coloring Page - L For Lemur Red-Ruffed Lemur Coloring Page Red-Ruffed Lemur Coloring Page Ring Tailed Lemur Coloring Page Ring Tailed Lemur Coloring Page

Recommended Articles:

Is your child a big fan of King Julien from the ‘Madagascar’ series? Are you looking for some ways to introduce him to the real Lemur through a fun activity? If you said yes, then check out our lemur coloring pages here.

Lemurs are one of the rarest animals on the earth. They are native to the Madagascar Islands. There are hundreds of species of lemur, much more than you can realize. It is estimated that there are at least 99 species of lemurs. Some disappeared around millions of years ago. Out of these, 16% of lemur species are critically endangered, 23% are threatened, and 25% are vulnerable. Allow your child to unleash his wild side with our ten lemur coloring sheets below.

10 Lemur Coloring Pages:

1. Red-Ruffed Lemur:

Here’s a red-ruffed lemur coloring page. The red-ruffed lemur is a medium-sized lemur native to the northeast portion of Madagascar. The red-ruffed lemur has a red coat with a white tuft on the top of the head. It has a dark black face with a long snout and a long, black and hairy tail. Red-ruffed lemurs have a pink colored ring at the base of their tail.

2. Ring Tailed Lemur:

Here’s a color by instruction worksheet of a ring-tailed lemur. As the name implies, a ring-tailed lemur has a series of white and black rings around the tail. It’s extremely long tail helps it jump from tree to tree. It has a black and white fur, small and round ears and a little nose. The ring-tailed lemur is the most intelligent species of lemur. Instruct your child to use gray or black for this lemur.

[ Read: Sloth Coloring Pages ]

3. L For Lemur:

Do you want to help your little one learn alphabets in an interesting way? Then you can take the help of L for lemur coloring page. This coloring page will let your child determine the shape and sound of L while coloring this cute lemur and his habitat. You can also make him practice the spelling of lemur. And ask him if he can recall any other animal with the letter L.

4. Indri Lemur:

The Indri lemur, also called the Babakoto, is one of the largest lemurs found in the world. It is almost 2 ½ feet in length and weighs up to 21 pounds. This lemur exhibits human-like behavior. It can leap vertically and can cling in place with the aid of its sharp claws and hind legs. It also has the shortest tails of all the lemur species.

5. King Julien:

The amusing lemur you see here is King Julien, a major character from the “Madagascar” film series. King Julien is the self-proclaimed ruler of Madagascar. He is full of himself. He calls January as Julienuary and eleven as Me-leven. King Julien is a lazy lemur but keeps himself active by dancing.

[ Read: Monkey Coloring Pages ]

6. Gray Mouse Lemur:

Here is another amazing lemur pictures to color. Did you know that a gray mouse lemur is a primate? We bet you didn’t know this. The Gray mouse lemur is one of the smallest species of lemur. It weighs just 2 ounces when it grows fully. In fact, most of the people think that it’s a rodent. These lemurs are typically gray, but can come in a broad range of shades.

7. Golden Crowned Sifaka:

The golden-crowned sifaka is a medium-sized lemur, found only in Madagascar. There are just about 10000 golden-crowned lemurs in the world today. This lemur is white or cream in color and has a golden colored crown, which gives it the name. These lemurs weigh 7 ½ pounds as mature adults. And they use their tails for climbing and vertical leaping.

[ Read: Orangutan Coloring Pages ]

8. Baby Lemur:

How cute is this little lemur looking in this coloring image? Tell your kid to brighten his day by giving him some color. Small lemurs like to feed on flowers, fruits, and insects. You can ask your child to make a tree branch or a forest background that can go well with the picture.

9. Coquerel’s Sifaka:

Here’s a coloring image of a Coquerel’s Sifaka. The Coquerel’s Sifaka has a long body, and you’ll always find it sitting upright. They are mainly cream or white in color with a black or dark brown face and limbs. The tail of Coquerel’s Sifaka is entirely black in color. Coquerel’s Sifaka lemurs are endemic in the northern and eastern parts of the Betsiboka River.

10. Connect-The-Dots:

Here’s a fun worksheet for the preschoolers out there. The worksheet features colugo, a flying lemur. Make your little one find what a colugo looks like by connecting the dots from 1 to 33. An interesting fact about colugo lemur is that it finds food by tapping on the trees with just one finger.

[ Read: Chimpanzee Coloring Pages ]

Our lemur coloring pictures will surely make your child smile. Tell us how your kid fared by commenting below!

Click
DISCLAIMER: All images found here are believed to be in the "public domain". We do not intend to infringe any legitimate intellectual right, artistic rights or copyright. All of the images displayed are of unknown origin. If you are the rightful owner of any of the pictures/wallpapers posted here, and you do not want it to be displayed or if you require a suitable credit, then please contact us and we will immediately do whatever is needed either for the image to be removed or provide credit where it is due. All the content of this site are free of charge and therefore we do not gain any financial benefit from the display or downloads of any images/wallpaper.
The following two tabs change content below.
Featured Image