Verreaux's sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi) are group-living arboreal folivores. These spectacular creatures retain numerous myological and osteological adaptations for leaping to and from vertical substrates.
I am part of a larger research team that studies the Beza Mahafaly population from just about every angle. Every year, we capture, measure, mark and release wild sifaka. Our database is ever-growing and we have successfully captured and released over 650 sifaka.