Dwarf Lemurs in GURPS

Cheirogaleus sp.

Dwarf lemurs are elongated lemurs with short front limbs, long leaping hind limbs, a rounded head, short snout, large eyes, large ears, and a long tail. They hibernate in the winter, living off their tail fat. Dwarf lemurs are nocturnal. They eat fruit and flowers with the occasional insect or small vertebrate, and are important polinators for some plants. They live in pairs or alone, and nest curled up in tree holes.

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