Indris inhabit a small area in the eastern rainforests of Madagascar. With feet best described as prehensile, indri lemurs are characterized as vertical clingers and leapers in the trees. The virtually tail-less indri bounds from branch to branch up to 30 feet with a loaded spring-like motion made possible by the length and strength of its back legs. The length differential between the front and hind limbs is quite apparent in our skeleton.
- Skeleton mounted on a log for display/base purposes
- 28" Tall, 12" Wide (on Log with Base)