Potto

[disambiguation] The term potto can refer to: ...
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Potto

The potto (Perodicticus potto) is a strepsirrhine primate from the Lorisidae family. It is the only species in genus Perodicticus. The potto is also known as Bosman`s potto, after its supposed discoverer, and in some English-speaking parts of Africa, it is called a "softly-softly". == Subspecies == There are four recognized subspecies: However,...
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potto

[n] - a kind of lemur
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Potto

Pot'to noun (Zoology) (a) A nocturnal mammal ( Perodictius potto ) of the Lemur family, found in West Africa. It has rudimentary forefingers. Called also aposoro , and bush dog . (b) The kinkajou.
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potto

<zoology> A nocturnal mammal (Perodictius potto) of the Lemur family, found in West Africa. It has rudimentary forefingers. ... Synonym: aposoro, and bush dog. ... The kinkajou. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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potto

noun a kind of lemur
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Potto

• (n.) A nocturnal mammal (Perodictius potto) of the Lemur family, found in West Africa. It has rudimentary forefingers. Called also aposoro, and bush dog. • (n.) The kinkajou.
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potto

slow-moving tropical African primate. The potto is a nocturnal tree dweller found in rainforests from Sierra Leone eastward to Uganda. It has a ...
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potto

potto: see loris.
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Potto

The potto is an arboreal, nocturnal, African prosimian primate Perodicticus
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potto

Arboreal, nocturnal, African prosimian primate Perodicticus potto belonging to the loris family. It has a thick body, strong limbs, and grasping feet and hands, and grows to 40 cm/16 in long, with horny spines along its backbone, which it uses in self-defence. It climbs slowly, and eats insects, snails, fruit, and leaves
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