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pro·sim·i·an (pr -s m - n). adj. Of or belonging to the Prosimii, a suborder of primates that includes the lemurs, lorises, and tarsiers.

Prosimian is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Prosimian books and related discussion.

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How Prosimian Primates Represent Tools: Experiments With Two
How Prosimian Primates Represent Tools: Experiments With Two Lemur. Species (Eulemur fulvus and Lemur catta). Laurie R.
A Study of Leaping in Prosimian Primates
A Study of Leaping in. Prosimian Primates. September 1992.
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Bedtime for Bonzo: The real bedtime story By Ingrid Porton
The real bedtime story. By. Ingrid Porton, Prosimian TAG Chair, Saint Louis Zoo The four AZA Primate TAGs (Prosimian, New World.
Optical imaging of visually evoked responses in prosimian primates
area (MT) of a prosimian primate, the bush baby (Otolemur garnetti). in MT of prosimian bush babies (Otolemur garnetti, also termed.

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When we visited Madagascar in 2007 we met the prosimian primates, the earliest kind — the lemurs, who are equally endearing and engaging, and equally capable of producing a powerful emotion response and sense of connection in a human being.

Suggested Web Resources

Prosimian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prosimians are a grouping of mammals defined as being primates, but not monkeys or apes. They include, among others, lemurs, bushbabies, and tarsiers.
Differences Among Prosimians, Monkeys, and Apes - National Zoo
Learn about some of the key differences. Brought to you by the National Zoo| FONZ.
The Prosimians
Prosimians - Conservation International
Prosimians are widely distributed in the remaining tropical forests of Africa, Asia and Madagascar.
The Primates: Prosimians: Part II
Dec 20, 2010 Prosimians: Part II.

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