Definition of lemur
Origin of lemur
OTHER WORDS FROM lemurle·mur·like, adjective
Words nearby lemur
How to use lemur in a sentence
Preferably forests with lots of big-eyed, fluffy lemurs to tug heartstrings elsewhere in the world.The first step in using trees to slow climate change: Protect the trees we have|Susan Milius|July 13, 2021|Science News
They explain the evolution of monkeys, elephants, kangaroos, rodents, lemurs—and us.One Incredible Ocean Crossing May Have Made Human Evolution Possible|Nicholas R. Longrich|May 2, 2021|Singularity Hub
Two years on, says Borgerson, who plans to publish a paper on her findings, lemur poaching in the area has gone down by 30-50%.
Locals in the UNESCO World Heritage Site were eating lemurs and other endangered animals to add protein to their otherwise spare diets.
The lemurs reside at the Reniala Nature Reserve in southwest Madagascar.A virtual menagerie: How conservation and rescue efforts can connect us with wildlife around the world|Andrea Sachs|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
He took to Velcroing a stuffed lemur to his arm, christening it George.
The ruffed lemur is the largest of these curious animals, being about as big as a good-sized cat.
There are two lemur-like animals which are so extraordinary that each of them has been put into a family all by itself.
The aye-aye is a lemur, but it differs singularly from all its congeners, and still more from all apes.On the Genesis of Species|St. George Mivart
Galeopithecus “or the flying Lemur” is mentioned in the corresponding discussion in the Origin, Ed.The Foundations of the Origin of Species|Charles Darwin
Sem′i-an′thracite, coal intermediate between anthracite and semi-bituminous coal; Sem′i-ape, a lemur.