DAVIE (CBSMiami) — Signs for lost dogs and cats are quite common around South Florida, but police in Davie are trying to find the owners of a lost lemur.

The lemur, with a ringed-tail and large eyes, was found in the area of Stirling Road and SW 130 Avenue in Southwest Ranches, according to police.

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A lemur isn’t a normal house pet.  They are native to Madagascar and they aren’t supposed to make good pets because they could be difficult to handle and can bite.

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Davie PD is looking for owner of this lost lemur found in Southwest Ranches (Source: Davie Police Department)

Lemurs are also considered one of the most endangered animals on the planet.

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If you know the owner of this lost lemur, call the Davie Police Department at 954-693-8200.