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Since we care for species protection, our frames bear the names of endangered species.
Indris belong to the lemurs and are known for their loud morning songs (or “chant-like screams”). These are performed by both partners in duet and can be heard up to 2 kilometres away.
Indris live in trees in forests.
The IUCN lists the Indri as "Critically Endangered".
The total size of the population is unknown, although a figure of 1,000-10,000 is given as a "reasonable estimate".
References: Wikipedia, IUCN redlist.org
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