aye-aye

[n] - nocturnal lemur with long bony fingers and rodent-like incisor teeth closely related to the lemurs
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Aye-aye

Aye'-aye` noun [ From the native name, probably from its cry.] (Zoology) A singular nocturnal quadruped, allied to the lemurs, found in Madagascar ( Cheiromys Madagascariensis ), remarkable for its long fingers, sharp nails, and rodent-like incisor teeth.
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aye-aye

<zoology> A singular nocturnal quadruped, allied to the lemurs, found in Madagascar (Cheiromys Madagascariensis), remarkable for its long fingers, sharp nails, and rodent-like incisor teeth. ... Origin: From the native name, prob. From its cry. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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aye-aye

Daubentonia madagascariensis noun nocturnal lemur with long bony fingers and rodent-like incisor teeth closely related to the lemurs
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Aye-aye

• (n.) A singular nocturnal quadruped, allied to the lemurs, found in Madagascar (Cheiromys Madagascariensis), remarkable for its long fingers, sharp nails, and rodent-like incisor teeth.
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aye-aye

rare squirrel-like primate of Madagascar, the sole living representative of the family Daubentoniidae. Nocturnal, solitary, and arboreal, most ...
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aye-aye

aye-aye (ī'ī') , name for an aberrant primate, Daubentonia madagascariensis, related to the lemurs but distinguished by its specialized teeth and fingers. A large nocturnal and arboreal primate, it is found in dense bamboo forests in two isolated regions of Madagascar. The aye-ay...
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Aye-Aye

The Aye-Aye (Chiromys madagascariensis) is a Madagascan species of Lemur about the size of a domestic cat, distinguished by hving front teeth adapted for gnawing, like those of a rodent.
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aye-aye

Nocturnal tree-climbing prosimian Daubentonia madagascariensis of Madagascar, related to the lemurs. It is just over 1 m/3 ft long, including a tail 50 cm/20 in long. It has an exceptionally long middle finger with which it probes for insects and their larvae under the ...
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Aye-aye

The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is a lemur, a strepsirrhine primate native to Madagascar that combines rodent-like teeth and a special thin middle finger to fill the same ecological niche as a woodpecker. It is the world`s largest nocturnal primate, and is characterized by its unusual method of finding food; it taps on trees to find gr....
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aye-aye

nocturnal lemur-like animal of Madagascar
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