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Unformatted text preview: 7. no tapetum lucidum 8. little movement of eyes- must move whole head (180 degrees) 9. Lack rhinarium 10. Can fold ears 11. No dental comb 12. Have grooming claws on digits 2 and 3 13. Only exclusivley Carnivorous primate (insects mostly, may include small vertebrates) 14. Scan and pounce! 15. Park their babies • Lemurs (Lemuriformes) 1. Madagascar 2. Herbivores and insectivores 3. Complex behaviors 4. Mostly diurnal 5. Mostly arboreal 6. VCL(Vertical clinger and leaper) and Quadrupeds Ringtail Lemurs • Live in groups • Spend the most time on the ground Indri • Largest body size(16kg-- 4ft tall) • Pair-bonded groups • monogamous Aye Aye • Large ears • Continuously growing Incisors upper 1-0-1-3 lower 1-0-0-3 • Elongated digits of the hand (middle finger esp.) • Nocturnal and solitary • Omnivorous...
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course ANT 2511 taught by Professor Sinelli during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.
- Spring '08