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The narrator becomes obsessed with the: a. sharks c. axolotls b. monkeys d. lemurs
Lemurs (Listeni/?li?m?r/ LEE-m?r) are a clade of strepsirrhine primates endemic to the island of Madagascar. [ [ The word "lemur" derives from the word lemures (ghosts or spirits) from Roman mythology and was first used to describe a slender loris due to its nocturnal habits and slow pace, but was later applied to the primates on Madagascar. Although lemurs often are confused with ancestral
primates, the anthropoid primates (monkeys, apes, and humans) did not evolve from them; instead, lemurs merely share morphological and behavioral traits with basal primates. ] ]
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User: The narrator becomes obsessed with the: a. sharks c. axolotls b. monkeys d. lemurs

Weegy: Lemurs (Listeni/?li?m?r/ LEE-m?r) are a clade of strepsirrhine primates endemic to the island of Madagascar. [ [ The word "lemur" derives from the word lemures (ghosts or spirits) from Roman mythology and was first used to describe a slender loris due to its nocturnal habits and slow pace, but was later applied to the primates on Madagascar. Although lemurs often are confused with ancestral primates, the anthropoid primates (monkeys, apes, and humans) did not evolve from them; instead, lemurs merely share morphological and behavioral traits with basal primates. ] ]
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User: In "Axolotl" by Julio Cortázar, what does The narrator becomes obsessed with?- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - a. sharks c. axolotls b. monkeys d. lemurs

Weegy: ?Axolotl? by Julio Cort?zar is told in the FIRST person point of view. [ ]
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