The critically endangered indri is one of the largest surviving lemurs, with a body length of around 70 cm and an avarege weight of around 7 kg. Individuals have variable fur coloration with patterns of grays, blacks and whites, prominent tufted black ears and it’s the only lemur species that has only a rudimentary tail. Indris inhabit the lowland and montane forests along the eastern coast of Madagascar; and are an important part of the culture of Malagasy people, with lots of myths and legends around them.
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