From the marsupials to the lemurs the box-shaped pelvis remains.
The lemurs are the lower kinds of the order, and differ much from the apes.
The relation of the lemurs to the apes is not clearly defined.
The same may be said of almost all tree-dwellers except the lemurs and apes.
Several genera of lemurs are found in both America and Europe.
In most of the Cebidae and Lemurs an ent-epicondylar foramen occurs.
Besides the Lemurs the group includes the aberrant Tarsius and Chiromys.
The brain is much less developed in the lemurs than in any of the other monkeys.
All the lemurs proper, and their relatives, the endrinas, belong to Madagascar.
The Lemurs have at the present time a most remarkable distribution.