How to Draw a Lemur 

Ever wanted to learn how to draw a lemur? Well, you’re in luck coz today we’ll teach you how to do it.

With their big eyes and bushy tails, lemurs are some of the most adorable primates.

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to draw a lemur step-by-step.

From their distinctive features to their furry bodies, we’ll guide you through each detail to create a lifelike representation of these fascinating animals.

So grab your pencils and let’s get started on how to draw a lemur!

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Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies

Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

How to Draw a Lemur Step by Step

Easy Lemur Drawing for Kids

Draw this curved lines to start forming the head of the lemur.

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Next, draw two triangular shapes for the ears.

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Now form the face of the animal.

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Add two big circular shapes to form the eyes and add two small dots inside.

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Next, draw a circle to form the nose of the lemur.

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Draw its front arm.

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With a curved shape, form the lemur’s back and hindquarters.

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Now, draw its back foot.

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Add this tiny curved line to form its belly.

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Next, draw the lemur’s tail.

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Add a few short lines to show the stripes of the lemur’s tail.

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Bravo Kids! You made it til the end!

You’ve reached the end of this easy tutorial on how to draw a lemur. Your final sketch should look like the image on the right.

Now you can add some colors to make your drawing more realistic.

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👇 Don’t Forget to Check Other Animals of the Primate Family 👇

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About the Lemur

A lemur is a type of primate that is native to the island of Madagascar. They have long tails, big eyes, and furry bodies.

Some lemurs have stripes or spots on their fur, which helps them to blend in with their environment and stay safe from predators. They are excellent climbers and spend a lot of their time in trees.

They eat mainly fruit, leaves, and insects. Lemurs come in many different sizes and shapes and are known for their playful and curious nature.

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