. The fur traders and fur bearing animals. Fur trade; Fur-bearing animals. The Lemues. 275 The Red-Fronted Lemur (Lemur-rubifrons); the Ring- Tailed Lemur (Lemur-catta), and the Grey or Brown Mouse Lemur (Cherogalens-nutri), are all smaller than the Black and the Ruffled Lemurs, the general color of each being various shades of grey, with the distinctive markings that the different names indicate. The Woolly or Dwarf Lemur (Microeebus-senithir), the smallest of the Lemurs, is of a brown grey color and only six inches in length.. Drill (Dog-Faced Monkey). We have devoted so much space to the Qu

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. The fur traders and fur bearing animals. Fur trade; Fur-bearing animals. The Lemues. 275 The Red-Fronted Lemur (Lemur-rubifrons); the Ring- Tailed Lemur (Lemur-catta), and the Grey or Brown Mouse Lemur (Cherogalens-nutri), are all smaller than the Black and the Ruffled Lemurs, the general color of each being various shades of grey, with the distinctive markings that the different names indicate. The Woolly or Dwarf Lemur (Microeebus-senithir), the smallest of the Lemurs, is of a brown grey color and only six inches in length.. Drill (Dog-Faced Monkey). We have devoted so much space to the Qu
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. The fur traders and fur bearing animals. Fur trade; Fur-bearing animals. The Lemues. 275 The Red-Fronted Lemur (Lemur-rubifrons); the Ring- Tailed Lemur (Lemur-catta), and the Grey or Brown Mouse Lemur (Cherogalens-nutri), are all smaller than the Black and the Ruffled Lemurs, the general color of each being various shades of grey, with the distinctive markings that the different names indicate. The Woolly or Dwarf Lemur (Microeebus-senithir), the smallest of the Lemurs, is of a brown grey color and only six inches in length.. Drill (Dog-Faced Monkey). We have devoted so much space to the Quadrumana on account of the general interest felt in these animals because of theories advanced by Darwin and other scien- tists in regard to their relationship to man, rather than because of their value as fur-bearing animals.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Petersen, Marcus, 1854-. Buffalo, N. Y. , Hammond Press

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