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gloria125
Greensboro, AL

April 22, 2008
5:32 PM

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Here's one of the little one's. I think most are the size of a large cat.
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jjacques
LE TAMPON
Reunion (French)

April 23, 2008
3:54 AM

Post #4850655

I think this one is a Microcebius, they are probably the smaller ones and weight some 30g, the Indri which are daylight animals weight up to 7kg.

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