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Faune/Flore à Madagascar: Faune - Lémuriens - Indri indri

Faune/Flore à Madagascar: Faune - Lémuriens - Indri indri

Indri lemur in Andasibe  The indri is the largest of all surviving lemurs and is best known for its eerie, yet beautiful song which can carry for more than 1.2 miles (2 km).

Indri lemur in Andasibe The indri is the largest of all surviving lemurs and is best known for its eerie, yet beautiful song which can carry for more than 1.2 miles (2 km).

An adorable Indri lemur. Lemurs are endemic to Madagascar, but it is now thought that 91% of lemur species are threatened with extinction. Photo by Rhett. A. Butler

An adorable Indri lemur. Lemurs are endemic to Madagascar, but it is now thought that 91% of lemur species are threatened with extinction. Photo by Rhett. A. Butler

Indri lemur (Indri indri) AKA Ghost People of the Forest

Indri lemur (Indri indri) AKA Ghost People of the Forest

the amazing Indri, the largest extant lemur (incredibly, everyone of Madagascar's 150 or so species of terrestrial mammals are endemic!) Pete Morris

the amazing Indri, the largest extant lemur (incredibly, everyone of Madagascar's 150 or so species of terrestrial mammals are endemic!) Pete Morris

A gorgeous indri indri - the lemur with ears like a koalas - in the Mitsinjo Reserve adjacent to Andasibe National Park, Madagascar.

A gorgeous indri indri - the lemur with ears like a koalas - in the Mitsinjo Reserve adjacent to Andasibe National Park, Madagascar.

Indri Lemur

Indri Lemur

A black-and-white ruffed lemur at the Vakona Lodge Reserve, Madagascar.

A black-and-white ruffed lemur at the Vakona Lodge Reserve, Madagascar.