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colugo [ imenica {životinja} ]
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Flying lemur. SE Asian climbing mammal of the genus Cynocephalus, order Dermoptera, about cm/2 ft long including the tail. It glides between forest trees using a flap of skin that extends from head to forelimb to hindlimb to tail. It may glide 1m/4ft or more, losing little height. It feeds largely on buds and leaves, and rests hanging upside down under branches.
There are two species, C. variegatus of Indochina and Indonesia, and C. volans of the Philippines.

indri [ imenica {životinja} ]
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Large short-tailed lemur of Madagascar having thick silky fur in black and white and fawn; SYN. indris, Indri indri, Indri brevicaudatus.
Largest living lemur Indri indri of Madagascar. Black and white, almost tailless, it has long arms and legs. It grows to cm/2.3 ft long. It is diurnal and arboreal. Its howl is doglike or human in tone. Like all lemurs, its survival is threatened by the widespread deforestation of Madagascar.

lemur [ imenica {životinja} ]
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ETYM Latin, a ghost, specter. So called on account of its habit of going abroad by night.
Large-eyed arboreal prosimian having foxy faces and long furry tails.
Monkeylike animal of Madagascar, etc. flying lemur, E Indian catlike animal, with fold of skin on both sides of body enabling it to make long leaps.
Prosimian primate of the family Lemuridae, inhabiting Madagascar and the Comoro Islands. There are about species, ranging from mouse-sized to dog-sized animals. Lemurs are arboreal, and some species are nocturnal. They have long, bushy tails, and feed on fruit, insects, and small animals. Many are threatened with extinction owing to loss of their forest habitat and, in some cases, from hunting.

lemurid [ imenica {životinja} ]
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loris [ imenica {životinja} ]
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Lemur of India, E India and Ceylon.
Any of various small prosimian primates of the family Lorisidae. Lorises are slow-moving, arboreal, and nocturnal. They have very large eyes; true lorises have no tails. They climb without leaping, gripping branches tightly and moving on or hanging below them.
The slender loris Loris tardigradus of S India and Sri Lanka is about cm/8 in long. The tubbier slow loris Nycticebus coucang of SE Asia is cm/1 ft. The angwantibo (genus Arctocebus), potto (genus Perodicticus), and galagos are similar African forms.

varecia variegata [ imenica {životinja} ]
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vari [ imenica {životinja} ]
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