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Archaeoindris

Mesopropithecus,. Babakotia, Archaeoindris,. Palaeopropithecus mainland fauna 19, 44, 77, 90,.

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How Big were the ''Giant'' Extinct Lemurs of Madagascar?
Archaeoindris fontoynontii, Palaleopropithecus maximus, P.
Phalangeal curvature and positional behavior in extinct sloth lemurs
giant Archaeoindris) exhibit numerous skeletal design features for antipronograde or (three recognized species), and Archaeoindris (one species ).
fossil lemur from northern Madagascar
ecus, Archaeoindris, and Mesopropithecus).
The Extinct Sloth Lemurs of Madagascar
Archaeoindris, the much smaller-bod- Archaeoindris was established on the basis of .
BIBLIOGRAPHY NDEX
Archaeoindris fontoynontii 153,. 163, 165, 166, 167, 386; plate 18 body-mass estimation 166,. 167.

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Some of the other recent extinctions in Madagascar include the gorilla sized lemur Archaeoindris, an enormous number of other lemur species, the giant fossa, and the malagasy hippopotamus.

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Archaeoindris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Archaeoindris fontoynonti is an extinct species of Malagasy lemur that was the largest primate to evolve on Madagascar.
File:Archaeoindris fontoynonti.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
File:Archaeoindris fontoynonti.jpg.
Archaeoindris - Prehistoric Primate Archaeoindris Characteristics
Archaeoindris (Wikimedia Commons).
Phalangeal curvature and positional behavior in extinct sloth lemurs
MammalPaleontology : Message: Archaeoindris - A Giant Lemur
Archaeoindris fontoynonti is a subfossil lemur species.

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