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Figure 1. Reconstruction of Megaladapis edwardsi, a giant extinct lemur of southern Madagascar, by Stephen D. Nash/Conservation International.
Figure 3. Eulemur albocollaris (white collared lemur)-juvenile- photo by S. Johnson
Figure 5. Eulemur coronatus (crowned lemur) female- photo copyright B. Z. Freed
Figure 7. Lemor catta (ring-tailed lemur)- photo by M. L. Sauther
Figure 9. Propithecus diadema diadema (diademed sifaka)- photo by M. Irwin
Figure 10. Indri indri (indri)- photo by N. Garbutt

Figure 11. Varecia variegata (black and white ruffed lemur)- photo by L. Gould

Figure 11. Varecia variegata (black and white ruffed lemur)- photo by L. Gould

Figure 13

Cheirogaleus medius (fat-tailed dwarf lemur)- photo by K. Dausmann

Figure 13

Cheirogaleus medius (fat-tailed dwarf lemur)- photo by K. Dausmann

Figure 15. Daubentonia madagascariensis (aye-aye)- photo by D. Haring

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