The family Daubentoniidae includes only one living member, the Aye-aye. This lemur is native only to Madagascar. The aye-aye use their rodent-like incisors to tap into a tree to find grubs. Then, it uses its long, thin middle finger to pull the grubs out. In addition to grubs, aye-ayes commonly eat nuts, fruits, nectar, seeds, and fungi, classifying them as an omnivore.
ITEMS in the Family: Daubentoniidae