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Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

As shown in the IMAX® film
As shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR," Fat-tailed Dwarf lemurs reside in sleeping holes found in Madagascar.
Featured in the IMAX® film
Featured in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR," Indri lemurs are held sacred by local villagers in Madagascar.
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur as seen in the IMAX® film
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur as seen in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Pictured is an Eastern Grey Bamboo lemur as shown in the IMAX® film
Pictured is an Eastern Grey Bamboo lemur as shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
As seen in the IMAX® film
As seen in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR," when traveling, Ring-tailed lemurs use their long tails like flags to keep their group together.
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur at the Anja Reserve in Madagascar as shown in the IMAX® film
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur at the Anja Reserve in Madagascar as shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Coquerel's Sifaka lemurs spend almost half of their day foraging for food, as shown in the IMAX® film
Coquerel's Sifaka lemurs spend almost half of their day foraging for food, as shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Ring-tailed lemurs are instantly recognizable by their distinctively banded tails, as featured in the IMAX® film
Ring-tailed lemurs are instantly recognizable by their distinctively banded tails, as featured in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Pictured are Ring-tailed lemurs in the Anja Reserve of Madagascar, as seen in the IMAX® film
Pictured are Ring-tailed lemurs in the Anja Reserve of Madagascar, as seen in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
As shown in the IMAX® film
As shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR," Mouse lemurs, like all lemurs, are indigenous to Madagascar.
Verreaux's Sifaka lemurs move about by leaping between vertical trunks in the forests of Madagascar, as seen in the IMAX® film
Verreaux's Sifaka lemurs move about by leaping between vertical trunks in the forests of Madagascar, as seen in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur at the Berenty Private Reserve in Madagascar, as shown in the IMAX® film
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur at the Berenty Private Reserve in Madagascar, as shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Ring-tailed lemurs spend more time on the ground than any other lemur, as seen in the IMAX® film
Ring-tailed lemurs spend more time on the ground than any other lemur, as seen in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Pictured is an Indri lemur in the Palmarium Reserve in Madagascar, as shown in the IMAX® film
Pictured is an Indri lemur in the Palmarium Reserve in Madagascar, as shown in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur in the Anja Reserve in Madagascar, as featured in the IMAX® film
Pictured is a Ring-tailed lemur in the Anja Reserve in Madagascar, as featured in the IMAX® film "ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR."

Dream Big: Engineering Our World

Fourteen of the top 20 tallest bridges are located in China. The Longjiang Bridge is China’s longest and highest suspension bridge. Spanning a distance almost equal to the Golden Gate Bridge, the Longjiang towers 900 feet above a river gorge in western Yunnan Province.
Fourteen of the top 20 tallest bridges are located in China. The Longjiang Bridge is China’s longest and highest suspension bridge. Spanning a distance almost equal to the Golden Gate Bridge, the Longjiang towers 900 feet above a river gorge in western Yunnan Province.
A close-up view of the Shanghai Tower’s aerodynamic twist, which reduces the impact of typhoon winds on this 2073-foot, 128-story structure.
A close-up view of the Shanghai Tower’s aerodynamic twist, which reduces the impact of typhoon winds on this 2073-foot, 128-story structure.
The Shanghai skyline includes the Shanghai Tower, where 16,000 people live, work and play. The skyscraper is the world’s second tallest building, and its innovative design is featured in Dream Big.
The Shanghai skyline includes the Shanghai Tower, where 16,000 people live, work and play. The skyscraper is the world’s second tallest building, and its innovative design is featured in Dream Big.
On China’s central coast, Shanghai engineers build ever-taller buildings to accommodate the city’s 24 million residents. Its skyline includes the 2,073-ft Shanghai Tower, where 16,000 people live, work and play.
On China’s central coast, Shanghai engineers build ever-taller buildings to accommodate the city’s 24 million residents. Its skyline includes the 2,073-ft Shanghai Tower, where 16,000 people live, work and play.
The Great Wall of China has endured for thousands of years. In Dream Big, viewers learn that in some sections of the wall, builders used sticky rice in the mortar, which enhanced its durability.  Copyright: Sophy Ru
The Great Wall of China has endured for thousands of years. In Dream Big, viewers learn that in some sections of the wall, builders used sticky rice in the mortar, which enhanced its durability. Copyright: Sophy Ru
Engineers led by Avery Bang work on the new Chameau footbridge in Haiti. Bridges like these, built in developing countries, signal a new field of study and work called humanitarian engineering.
Engineers led by Avery Bang work on the new Chameau footbridge in Haiti. Bridges like these, built in developing countries, signal a new field of study and work called humanitarian engineering.
Engineers work on the final pieces of the Chameau footbridge in Haiti. The Chameau Bridge will provide much-needed access to schools and medical care for isolated, rural families.
Engineers work on the final pieces of the Chameau footbridge in Haiti. The Chameau Bridge will provide much-needed access to schools and medical care for isolated, rural families.
Haitian schoolgirls are among the first to walk across the newly built Chameau Bridge in Haiti. The bridge was built by the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, led by Avery Bang, which brings the benefits of engineering to developing countries.
Haitian schoolgirls are among the first to walk across the newly built Chameau Bridge in Haiti. The bridge was built by the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, led by Avery Bang, which brings the benefits of engineering to developing countries.
Engineer Avery Bang celebrates with local Haitian families who will benefit from the new Chameau Bridge. Avery is the head of the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, which has built more than 200 bridges in impoverished countries.
Engineer Avery Bang celebrates with local Haitian families who will benefit from the new Chameau Bridge. Avery is the head of the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, which has built more than 200 bridges in impoverished countries.
Innovative engineers designed the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland, which moves boats between two different levels of canals. It is the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world.
Innovative engineers designed the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland, which moves boats between two different levels of canals. It is the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world.
Fredi Lajvardi, head of the Robotics Team at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona, with Angelica Hernandez, whose robotics team unexpectedly beat MIT during an underwater robot competition.
Fredi Lajvardi, head of the Robotics Team at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona, with Angelica Hernandez, whose robotics team unexpectedly beat MIT during an underwater robot competition.
Engineer Angelica Hernandez mentors students from her former Phoenix high school as they prepare to enter a robotics contest.
Engineer Angelica Hernandez mentors students from her former Phoenix high school as they prepare to enter a robotics contest.
“Stinky” the robot completes a task during an underwater robot competition. The team of high school engineers at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona surprised everyone with their robot and their ingenuity.
“Stinky” the robot completes a task during an underwater robot competition. The team of high school engineers at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona surprised everyone with their robot and their ingenuity.
Engineer Menzer Pehlivan and a group of children enjoy a ride on a roller coaster; a feat of engineering that brings fun and thrills to people everywhere
Engineer Menzer Pehlivan and a group of children enjoy a ride on a roller coaster; a feat of engineering that brings fun and thrills to people everywhere
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is the largest solar thermal power plant in the world. Located in the Mojave Desert, the Ivanpah deploys 173,500 heliostat mirrors and has a gross capacity of 392 megawatts. Engineers in the clean tech industry look for ways to use renewable energy to help build a more sustainable future.
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is the largest solar thermal power plant in the world. Located in the Mojave Desert, the Ivanpah deploys 173,500 heliostat mirrors and has a gross capacity of 392 megawatts. Engineers in the clean tech industry look for ways to use renewable energy to help build a more sustainable future.
An engineer performs a routine inspection of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. The Golden Gate is a suspension bridge designed by a team of engineers in the 1930s. Up until 1964, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.
An engineer performs a routine inspection of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. The Golden Gate is a suspension bridge designed by a team of engineers in the 1930s. Up until 1964, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.