1. large short-tailed lemur of Madagascar having thick silky fur in black and white and fawn
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How To Use indris In A Sentence

  • But the indris rely more on their legs, which are longer than their arms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Groups of indris communicate with mournful and distinctive howls.
  • He picked a few leaves of a kind he said the indris particularly liked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Previous research on the brains of these animals had shown that indris have a much smaller olfactory bulb than do other lemurs.
  • And so did the indris. Times, Sunday Times
  • The indris live on the eastern side of the island in the only remaining patch of rainforest. Times, Sunday Times
  • The indris are the largest in size, reaching about four feet from head to toe and weighing up to 29 pounds.
  • Besides gibbons, singing primates include the Madagascan lemurs called indris, the tarsiers of Sulawesi, and the tiff monkeys of South America.
  • By contrast, not only did indris do much less scent marking in general, but also, during all my hours of observation, I never saw a single instance of overmarking.
  • The largest of the living lemurs are called indris and sifakas.
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