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nocturnal lemur with long bony fingers and rodent-like incisor teeth closely related to the lemurs

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An aye aye, above and, below a sifaka with Dr George McGavin
The aye aye is a kind of lemur that looks like a cross between a mouse and bat.
Cruising from two out, the Christy Roche-trained mare drew clear to beat Aye Aye Popeye by four lengths, with Newmill - another of today's rivals - well beaten in fifth.
But perhaps the strangest creature of all is the Aye Aye, which seems like a fusion of monkey, bat and woodpecker.
The eight freed are three woman -- Daw Aye Aye Win, Daw Shwe Pon and Daw Thein Kywe -- and five men -- Myint Kywe, Win Ning, Mya Han, Kan Saung and Tin Ko.
The Johnny Levins-trained Aye Aye Skipper followed up last Wednesday's victory at Killarney over 1m1/2f by dropping back a couple of furlongs in trip to win at the Curragh on Sunday.
AYE AYE, CAPTAIN Matt Ashwood and the MV Loch Shira
I got shoved at the head of the train as we all sang, "Aye aye conga, aye aye conga" all down Daisy Farm Road.
AYE AYE CAP'N: Peter Kenny with his boat at Liverpool Marina
The aye aye looks like a cross between a mouse and bat.
MR BROCKLEBANK notes that, in an attempt to improve Anglo-Prussian relations, Stan Board-man, the buck-toothed Liverpool comic, has recorded a song to the tune of She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain, with the diplomatic line: "Singing aye aye yippee yippee aye, the German's bombed our chippy, singing aye aye yippee yippee aye.
40) Killarney winner Aye Aye Skipper gets the nap vote.