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Definition of lemur. Meaning of lemur. Synonyms of lemur

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Definition of lemur

Lemur Le"mur (l[=e]"m[u^]r), n. [L., a ghost, specter. So called on account of its habit of going abroad by night.] (Zo["o]l.) One of a family (Lemurid[ae]) 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 is Nycticebus tardigradus. See Galago, Indris, and Colugo.

Meaning of lemur from wikipedia

- 'lemurs of madagascar' redirects here. for the book, see lemurs of madagascar (book). for other uses, see lemur (disambiguation). lemurs (i/ˈliːmər/
- the ring-tailed lemur (lemur catta) is a large strepsirrhine primate and the most recognized lemur due to its long, black and white ringed tail. it belongs
- the golden-brown mouse lemur (microcebus ravelobensis), also known as the lac ravelobe mouse lemur or the ravelobe mouse lemur, is part of the family
- the collared brown lemur (eulemur collaris), also known as the red-collared brown lemur or red-collared lemur, is a medium-sized strepsirrhine primate
- true lemurs, also known as brown lemurs, are the lemurs in genus eulemur. they are medium-sized primates that live exclusively on madagascar. the fur of
- bamboo or gentle lemurs are the lemurs in genus hapalemur. these medium-sized primates live exclusively on madagascar. the greater bamboo lemur, formerly known
- pygmy mouse lemur (microcebus myoxinus), also known as peters' mouse lemur or dormouse lemur, is a primate weighing only 43–55 g (1.5–1.9 oz); it is the
- subfossil lemurs are lemurs from madagascar that are represented by recent (subfossil) remains dating from nearly 26,000 years ago (from the late pleistocene