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  1. Golden potto (Arctocebus calabarensis) - ARKive › Species › Mammals

    Information on the golden potto (Arctocebus calabarensis) is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly. Also known as

  2. Angwantibo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Angwantibos are the two species of strepsirrhine primates that are classified in the genus Arctocebus of the family Lorisidae. They are also known as golden pottos ...

  3. Golden angwantibo videos, photos and facts - Arctocebus ... › Species › Mammals

    The golden angwantibo (Arctocebus aureus) is a small, nocturnal primate with thick, woolly fur, which, as its name suggests, is golden-red or orange in colour.

  4. Lorisidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Lorisidae (or sometimes Loridae) is a family of strepsirrhine primates. The lorisids are all slim arboreal animals and include the lorises, pottos and angwantibos.

  5. lemur - definition of lemur by The Free Dictionary

    lemur ring-tailed lemur Lemur catta le·mur (lē′mər) n. Any of various primates of the infraorder Lemuriformes of Madagascar and adjacent islands, having ...

  6. primate - Dictionary Definition :

    A primate is a monkey, ape, human, or other similar mammal. You've probably visited the primate house at the zoo.

  7. Lorises, Pottos, Galagos (Bush Babies) & Tarsiers

    Lorises and Pottos (subfamily Lorisinae) Lorises and pottos are slow movers. They have been described as moving like "slow and cautious bear cubs".

  8. arcuate - definition of arcuate by The Free Dictionary

    ar·cu·ate (är′kyo͞o-ĭt, -āt′) also ar·cu·at·ed (-ā′tĭd) adj. Having the form of a bow; curved. [Latin arcuātus, past participle of arcuāre, to bend ...

  9. Primates -- identification guide -- Discover Life

    Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Discover Life

  10. potto | primate |

    potto (Perodicticus potto), also called bush bear, tree bear, or softly-softly, potto iStockphoto/Thinkstock slow-moving tropical African primate.