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The Indri - indri indri What an amzing animals are these largest living lemurs.<br />
The just looks like humans with there long and lanky bodies :)<br />
It was really great to watch. Animalia,Chordata,Geotagged,Indri,Indri indri,Indriidae,Lemuriformes,Lemuroidea,Madagascar,Mammalia,Palmarium Reserve,Primates,Strepsirrhini,ankanin'ny nofy Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

The Indri - indri indri

What an amzing animals are these largest living lemurs.
The just looks like humans with there long and lanky bodies :)
It was really great to watch.

    comments (13)

  1. I am happy to say that I know what you're talking about, they really have to be experienced to be full appreciated. That said, I never was able to get a clear shot like this, this has to be one of my favorites of all time! Posted 4 years ago
    1. Thanks again for the great compliment.
      I'm really very happy with the shot.
      They gave us a great performance :)
      Posted 4 years ago
  2. This looks like a very curious one. Great capture! Posted 4 years ago
    1. Indeed he was very curious :)
      Posted 4 years ago
  3. Wow, great shot... i love the framing! :) Posted 4 years ago
    1. Thanks a lot John :) Posted 4 years ago
  4. wow-picture. these eyes are so impressing. Posted 4 years ago
    1. Karin, many thanks to you too :) Posted 4 years ago
  5. awesome image Posted 4 years ago
    1. Thanks! Posted 4 years ago
  6. I reckon this image is the bench mark for awhile, ticks all the boxes . Posted 4 years ago
    1. Thanks to you too Posted 4 years ago
  7. Fantastic! I have to say that the Indri were the highlight of my travels in Madagascar. i will never, ever forget that sound. Magical. Posted 4 years ago

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The indri, also called the babakoto, is one of the largest living lemurs. It is a diurnal tree-dweller related to the sifakas and, like all lemuroids, it is native to Madagascar.

Similar species: Primates
Species identified by Wendy
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Uploaded Mar 26, 2015. Captured in 2, Madagascar.