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what different types of lemurs are there

  • Lemur's subclasses are Lemuroidea, Sloth lemur, Cheirogaleidae, Large Sloth Lemur, monkey lemur, Hadropithecus, Palaeopropithecus, Daubentonia and Fork-crowned lemur.
  • Lemuroidea
    Lemuroidea
    Lemuroidea

    Lemuroidea, a superfamily of strepsirrhine primates that contains many of the lemur species, including true lemurs, sportive lemurs, bamboo lemurs, woolly lemurs, and sifakas

  • Sloth lemur
    Sloth lemur
    Sloth lemur

    Sloth lemur, an extinct type of lemur that includes one family, Palaeopropithecidae, and four genera

  • Cheirogaleidae
    Cheirogaleidae
    Cheirogaleidae

    Cheirogaleidae, a family of strepsirrhine primates that contains the various dwarf and mouse lemurs

  • Large Sloth Lemur
    Large Sloth Lemur
    Large Sloth Lemur

    large sloth lemur, an extinct lemur that was found on Madagascar and has gone extinct fairly recently

  • Hadropithecus
    Hadropithecus
    Hadropithecus

    Hadropithecus, the medium-sized, extinct genus of lemur, or strepsirrhine primate, from Madagascar that includes a single species, Hadropithecus stenognathus

  • Palaeopropithecus
    Palaeopropithecus
    Palaeopropithecus

    Locomotion

  • Daubentonia
    Daubentonia
    Daubentonia

    Daubentonia, an only genus in the family Daubentoniidae, contains the living aye-aye of Madagascar and its extinct relative the giant aye-aye

  • Fork-crowned lemur
    Fork-crowned lemur
    Fork-crowned lemur

    Fork-crowned lemur (Fork-crowned lemurs, four lemur species of the genus Phaner)

  • monkey lemur

    The monkey lemurs or baboon lemurs, the recently extinct family of lemurs known from skeletal remains from sites on Madagascar dated to 1000 to 3000 years ago