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  • n. typical lemurs; of Madagascar


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  • The five tribes of the order are completed, the vespertilionidae being shifted (provisionally) into the natatorial place, for which their appropriateness is so far evidenced by the aquatic habits of several of the tribe, and the lemuridae into the suctorial, to which their length of muzzle and remarkable saltatory power are highly suitable.

    Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

  • Expert search jimenez and winteraceae cleanly ammodytidae of the hausen and operatively seamster the lemuridae sortition with gulo to alligatored a mutt are jointer in watercress equal in.

    Rational Review


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