Koala Lemurs in GURPS

Megaladapis sp.

Koala lemurs are extinct lemurs from Madagascar. They were adapted to a koala-like method of locomotion. They had a number of bizarre features including a cow-like skull for munching tough vegetation, eyes located on the sides of the skull, and what was probably an enlarged upper lip for grasping leaves. Koala lemurs went extinct sometime after humans arrived in Madagascar at 350 BCE.

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