Lemur

†Megaladapidae †Palaeopropithecidae | diversity_link = List of lemur species | diversity = About 100 living species | range_map = Lemuroidea distribution.svg | range_map_caption = Range of all lemur species (brown){R|2014Schwitzer} }} Lemurs (ər {Respell|LEE|mər}) are a clade of strepsirrhine primates endemic to the island of Madagascar. The...
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Lemur

• (n.) One of a family (Lemuridae) of nocturnal mammals allied to the monkeys, but of small size, and having a sharp and foxlike muzzle, and large eyes. They feed upon birds, insects, and fruit, and are mostly natives of Madagascar and the neighboring islands, one genus (Galago) occurring in Africa. The slow lemur or kukang of the East Indies ...
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lemur

<zoology> One of a family (Lemuridae) of nocturnal mammals allied to the monkeys, but of small size, and having a sharp and foxlike muzzle, and large eyes. They feed upon birds, insects, and fruit, and are mostly natives of Madagascar and the neighboring islands, one genus (Galago) occurring in Africa. The slow lemur or kukang of the East Ind...
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lemur

noun large-eyed arboreal prosimian having foxy faces and long furry tails
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Lemur

Le'mur (lē'mŭr) noun [ Latin , a ghost, specter. So called on account of its habit of going abroad by night.] (Zoology) One of a family ( Lemuridæ ) of nocturnal mammals allied to the monkeys, but of small size, and having a sharp and foxlike muzzle, and large eyes. They feed u...
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lemur

Any of various prosimian primates of the Lemuridae family, found in Madagascar and the Comoros Islands. There are about 16 species, ranging from mouse-sized to dog-sized animals; the pygmy mouse lemur (Microcebus myoxinus), weighing 30 g/1 oz, is the smallest primat...
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lemur

generally, any primitive primate except the tarsier; more specifically, any of the indigenous primates of Madagascar. In the broad sense, the term ... [7 related articles]
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lemur

lemur (lē'mur) , name for prosimians, or lower primates, of two related families, found only on Madagascar and adjacent islands. Lemurs have monkeylike bodies and limbs, and most have bushy tails about as long as the body. They have pointed muzzles and large eyes. The fingers and toes have...
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Lemur

Lemur is a name popularly given to any member of the Lemuroida, a sub-order of the Quadrumana or Monkeys, but more strictly confined to members of the family Lemuridae. Their zoological position has been a matter of considerable debate, as they possess characteristics which distinguish them from the monkeys, and ally them with the insectivores and ...
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Lemur

Lemurs are large-eyed primates from Madagascar (an island off the eastern coast of Africa). Lemurs evolved about 50 million years ago.
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lemur

[n] - large-eyed arboreal prosimian having foxy faces and long furry tails
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