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Leaping Lemurs! This documentary looks at the amazing creatures that in habit the island of Madagascar.
Why Is Island of Lemurs: Madagascar Rated G?
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is rated G
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Island of Lemurs: Madagascar...Violence:
Discussion of the deforestation of Madagascar through burning. We see people burning foliage. A couple of lemurs are sedated and fitted with radio collars.
Lemurs are introduced to one another in the wild and it is explained that it is hoped they will mate and repopulate.
No profanities noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use:
No alcohol, tobacco or drug use noted.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Island of Lemurs: Madagascar releases to home video on March 31, 2015.