What do actor Orlando Bloom and a lemur share? If you guessed that they both have only one facial expression, you're right. At least the lemur has an excuse.

Orlando Bloom burst onto the scene as the Elven Prince of Mirkwood, Legolas in the 'Lord of the Rings' franchise. He didn't do much aside from identify things and give the ladies something to look at, but that was enough for Peter Jackson -- who cast him in the remaining two 'Hobbit' films, where he'll get plenty more screen time.

Lemurs are members of the primate family and like to spend their time sleeping, eating and going to the bathroom (the top pastimes of almost every animal). They were named after the mythological Roman figures lemures, who were the spirits of those not given a proper burial. We guess they were also furry with huge yellow eyes.