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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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- Spring '08