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  • Out of the 100 plus species of lemurs living in Madagascar, the Indri is the largest and can weigh as much as 20 pounds.

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  • (voice-over): Out of the 100 plus species of lemurs living in Madagascar, the Indri is the largest and can weigh as much as 20 pounds.

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  • · Supports major language modeling approaches such as Indri and KL-divergence, as well as vector space, tf. idf, Okapi and InQuery

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  • "Whales pass close enough to be spotted from paradise beaches, avenues of baobab trees dot the landscape and Indri lemurs hoot like car alarms."

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  • P. kelyus, whose weight is estimated around 35 kg, is smaller than the two known Palaeopropithecus species, but is very large in comparison with the largest living lemur, the Indri, which weighs only 10 kg.

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  • The lemurs of Madagascar vary widely, from the tiny Madame Berthe's mouse lemur (Microcebus berthae), which, at only 30 grams, is the world's smallest primate, to the indri (Indri indri, EN), which leaps from tree to tree similar to the airborne kangaroo.

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  • * The Indri Indri indri is of course not a sifaka, but it is a close relative, and a large one given that it reaches 70 cm in total length and 7.5 kg.

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  • CORWIN: But it is only here, in this remote rainforest in Eastern Madagascar, that the Indri exists.

    CNN Transcript Apr 21, 2008

  • When we come back, our journey to Eastern Madagascar to come face-to-face with an animal on the brink of extinction -- the world's largest lemur, the Indri -- and to track down one of Madagascar's most mysterious animals, one that's eluded cameras for decades.

    CNN Transcript Apr 21, 2008

  • In the Spider monkey (‘Ateles’) the leg is longer than the spine, and the arm than the leg; and, finally, in that remarkable Lemurine form, the Indri (‘Lichanotus’), the leg is about as long as the spinal column, while the arm is not more than 11/18 of its length; the hand having rather less and the foot rather more, than one-third the length of the spinal column.

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