#AtoZChallenge – Indri

The indri is one of the largest members of the lemur family and native to Madagascar. It’s also called babakoto.

This animal is monogamous and will only seek out a new mate after the death of its mate.

By Erik Patel (email) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons


9 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge – Indri”

  1. What a pretty animal. Its eyes seem to be looking right at you and wondering who you are. I like the part about it being monogamous.

  2. The Indri is gorgeous. I, too, love his eyes… Or maybe that’s her eyes. Looking forward to seeing what you have posted tomorrow for “J”, Beverly! 🙂

  3. What a cool animal and probably timid and peaceful. I wonder what that spot is on it’s rump near the leg? The eyes are pretty

  4. It is adorable for sure, Shawn. It’s one of those animals you just want to cuddle with. Not so sure it would feel the same way.

  5. If you’re looking at what I think you’re looking at Birgit, I believe it’s a piece of the tree and its feet are wrapped around it.

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