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indri

(ĭn′drē)
n. pl. in·dris
A large arboreal lemur (Indri indri) of eastern Madagascar, having very long legs and a rudimentary tail.
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However, what isn't mentioned is that the indri has reached 'critically endangered' status with the IUCN, nor that it is among the 25 primates closest to extinction, that its population is predicted to reduce by as much as 80 per cent over the next 30 to 40 years.
A common brown lemur comfortably forages for berries only metres from our feet, while above us a family of indri propel themselves through the trees.
Jones said: "The car and the whole John Indri Rally Team package was just amazing.
The Indri is the largest of the lemur family and the one we saw was about five feet tall.
Perinet is home to nine species of lemur, including the indri, 11 species of tenrecs, 24 species of amphibians, including the golden mantella frog, which is endemic to the reserve, and 109 species of birds including the ground roller, the brown mesite and the very rare Madagascar red owl, which was not seen for decades.
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The indris, the size of a small child, leap like gymnasts among rainforest trees.