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- Among them are specimens of Megaladapis, a big-nosed, beady-eyed creature whose heavy, squat body more closely resembled a koala's than those of the diminutive lemurs we know today, and Archaeoindris, the largest known lemur species that was the ...
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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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- Das untere Ende liegt bei 1,80 Metern Höhe und 200 Kilogramm Gewicht, was ihn bereits an die Dimensionen von Gorillas und Menschen heranbringt – und nicht zu vergessen an die des Riesenlemuren Archaeoindris, der bis vor einigen tausend Jahren auf ...
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- The largest lemur (Archaeoindris fontoynonti) weighed 350 to 440 pounds and reached five feet tall. Another group of stocky lemurs (genus Megaladapis) looked like giant koalas, at four to five feet tall with some weighing as much as 190 pounds.
Archaeoindris is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Archaeoindris books and related discussion.
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