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, 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.
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(Indri indri) a mammal of the family Indridae of the order Primates. The body length measures 60–70 cm and the tail length, 3–6 cm. The extremities, especially the digits, hands, and feet, are elongated, and the head is small. The color of the fur ranges from black to almost white. The indri inhabits the mountain regions of Madagascar at an elevation of about 1,800 m. A crepuscular animal, it lives in trees and feeds on vegetation. A single offspring is born after a gestation period of 60 days.

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I ask Gunton if, should the species extinction situation gets worse, we will ever see indri fleeing from deforestation, or elephants running from poachers instead of their natural carnivores, or harvest mice from combine harvesters--all readily visible human impacts that are usually avoided in the series.
Caption: LEFT: The indri was a major find for the BBC's Natural History Unit 50 years ago Planet Earth II saw it return to our screens; ABOVE: online searches for Christmas island red crabs went up dramatically following their appearance
Ian Jones and John Indri in action in the Promenade Rally Picture: RALLYGALLERY.
As well as the Indri, Iolo and the crew saw amazing birds and chameleons of all shapes, sizes and colours.
However, the reserve's star attraction is the indri.
The best time to see an indri is soon after daybreak; the rest of the day is spent intermittently sleeping and sunbathing.
In Perinet, there are 60 family groups of indri, comprising between two to five individuals, and early in the morning their distinctive cries echo through the forest.
The chanteurs include some of the indris, tarsiers, titis, and gibbons.