Tupaiidae

The Tupaiidae are one of two families of treeshrews, the other family being Ptilocercidae. The family contains four genera and 19 species. The family name derives from `tupai`, the Malay word for treeshrew and also for squirrel which Tupaiidae superficially resemble. ==Taxonomy== ...
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Tupaiidae

[n] - tree shrews
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tupaiidae

<zoology> The only family of the order scandentia, variously included in the order insectivora or in the order primates, and often in the order microscelidea, consisting of five genera. ... They are tupaia, ananthana (indian tree shrew), dendrogale (small smooth-tailed tree shrew), urogale (mindanao tree shrew), and ptilocercus (pen-tailed tr...
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Tupaiidae

family Tupaiidae noun tree shrews; in some classifications tree shrews are considered prosimian primates
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