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Excepting the head and this finger, he closely resembles a Lemur.

The skull is more like that of the Anthropoidea than is the skull of any other Lemur.

The lemur is nocturnal in its habits and noiseless in its movements.

In short, the lemur has a hand on each of its four limbs, and no feet at all.

Aye-aye (ī-ī; Cheirŏmys madagascariensis), an animal of Madagascar, so called from its cry; now referred to the lemur family.

There are also huge bats, an animal of the monkey tribe called the lemur, hedgehogs, and rabbits.

Every night, from Yambuya to the plains, we had been troubled by harsh screams from the lemur.

In Lemur catta a more complete rudiment of a marsupial pouch is to be met with.

In Lemur varius is a hard patch of black skin which may be the remnants of such a gland.

In these two respects such animals as a Lemur and a Rhinoceros occupy the extremes.

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