Mammal Diversity

Order Primates

Dwarf LemurFamily:Cheirogaleidae

LemurFamily:Lemuridae

LemurFamily:Lemuridae

Sportive LemurFamily:Lepilemuridae

Indri LemurFamily:Indridae

Aye-ayeFamily:Daubentoniidae

BushbabyFamily:Galagidae

BushbabyFamily:Galagidae

TarsierFamily:Tarsiidae

TarsierFamily:Tarsiidae

MarmosetFamily:Cebidae

Baby MarmosetFamily:Cebidae

Golden Lion TamarinFamily:Cebidae

Squirrel MonkeyFamily:Cebidae

Panamanian Night MonkeyFamily:Aotidae

SakiFamily:Pitheciidae

UakariFamily:Pitheciidae

Red-bellied TitiFamily:Pitheciidae

Black-fronted TitiFamily:Pitheciidae

Howler MonkeyFamily:Atelidae

MacaqueFamily:Cercopithecidae

Baby MacaqueFamily:Cercopithecidae

Baby Cherry-crowned MangabeyFamily:Cercopithecidae

BaboonFamily:Cercopithecidae

Red ColobusFamily:Cercopithecidae

Colubus Monkey Family:Cercopithecidae

Red-shanked Douc Family:Cercopithecidae

GibbonFamily:Hylobatidae

GibbonFamily:Hylobatidae

OrangutanFamily:Hominidae

GorillaFamily:Hominidae

ChimpanzeeFamily:Hominidae

Chimpanzee handsFamily:Hominidae

HumansFamily:Hominidae

15 Families, 376 Species
Lemurs, monkeys, great apes, humans
Africa, Asia, tropical Americas, humans world–wide
Thumb and big toe usually apposable, terminal nails on hands and feet
85 g to over 175 kg.

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