Mouse Lemurs in GURPS

Microcebus sp.

Mouse lemurs are diminuitive inhabitants of Madagascar forests and jungles. They are one of the world's smallest primates. They have soft fur, a long tail, long hind limbs for leaping, a short snout, rounded head, and large eyes and ears. Mouse lemurs eat arthropods, small vertebrates, fruit, nectar, flowers, gum, leaves, and buds. They are nocturnal and forage alone but females sleep together during the day.

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