Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18SURVEY for a quick overview Read the title, section headings, and everything in bold and italic print. Look at the pictures, graphs, and charts. Read the introduction, summary, and review questions. READ with a purpose Turn each heading into a question. Keep your question in mind as you read the section. When you’re finished reading, see if you can answer your question. REVIEW to remember When you’ve finished reading an assignment, reread the section headings and the bold and italic words—but this time think about what you have learned. Make sure you can answer any review questions. To help you comprehend and retain more of what you read, go through the following three steps: 1 SURVEY 2 READ 3 REVIEW To survey this text, read the highlighted information. Lemur Characteristics Like monkeys and apes, a lemur is a kind of primate. The ring-tailed lemur is about the size of a small house cat. It is usually gray or brown and it has large ears and eyes. Its tail always has 13 stripes—and can be up to 2 feet long! The Ring-Tailed Lemur’s Habitat Ring-tailed lemurs are found in only one place in the world: on the island of Madagascar. Madagascar is located off of the southeast coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. The Ring-Tailed Lemur Its tail always has 13 stripes—and can be up to 2 feet long! primate. The Ring-Tailed Lemur’s Habitat Madagascar. Madagascar is located off of the southeast coast of Africa in the Reading a Textbook What are the Lemur characteristics? 1 2 3 11