Bushbabies brought to light

Mark Dumont [creativecommons license] via Wikimedia Commons

Bushbabies, or galagos, are small prosimian primates that are well equipped for their nocturnal and arboreal existence: they have distinctive, round eyes for sharp night vision, large ears for acute hearing and long tails for good balance. The name ‘bushbaby’ is owed to the animal’s vocalizations, thought to sound like the cries of an infant.

Lab Anim. (NY) 41, 95 (2012).
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