The Bongolava mouse lemur is a species of mouse lemur endemic to Madagascar. It lives in western deciduous forest within a limited range, including Bongolava Forest and Ambodimahabibo Forest between the Sofia River and the Mahajamba River. It is a relatively large mouse lemur with a total length of 26 to 29 centimetres, including 15 to 17 centimeters of tail.
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