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Madagascar Aye aye Daubentonia madagascariensis Aye aye E Madagascar Tarsiers Tarsius spectrum Spectral tarsier Sulawesi Tarsiers Tarsius bancanus Western tarsier Indonesia Tarsiers Tarsius syrichta Phillipine tarsier E Philippines Tarsiers Tarsius pumilus Marmosets & Tamarins Cebuella pygmaea Pygmy marmoset S ...
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Tarsiers Dian's Tarsier (Tarsius dianae) BBC Nature Wildfacts: Tarsiers Pygmy Tarsier (Tarsius pumilus) Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) Spectral Tarsier (Tarsius spectrum) Horsfield’s Tarsier (Tarsius bancanus) Peleng Island Tarsier (Tarsius pelengensis) Sangihe Island Tarsier (Tarsius ...
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The Philippine tarsier: Mammalia: Primates: Prosimii/Haplorrhini: Tarsiiformes: Tarsioidea : Tarsius syrichta
Haplorrhini: Tarsiiformes: Tarsioidea : Tarsius syrichta The Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) The Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) is often described as "the world's smallest monkey". Although purists point out it's not a monkey, its classification is obscure. Some taxonomists consider tarsiers ...
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Rare Species Conservatory - Furry Facts
Furry Creature Feature : Tarsiers Tarsiers (family Tarsiidae, genus Tarsius) are classified as primates--but they are not true mokeys. In fact, tarsiers have been very hard to classify at ... stomach! Eyes like these allow excellent night-vision, and tarsiers have no trouble seeing in the dark. Family matters... Tarsiers travel in small family groups with up to six members. ...
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Endangered Species International
Pierre Fidenci The Tarsier Gallery Seven species of tarsiers exist worldwide. Endangered Species International investigated the Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) which is found only in southern Philippines in the ...
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Endangered Species International
Projects Support Us Endangered Species The Tarsier Gallery Seven species of tarsiers exist worldwide. Endangered Species International investigated the Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) which is found only in southern Philippines in the ...
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Eastern Tarsier
Eastern Tarsier Eastern Tarsier Tarsius spectrum Once represented by different forms in Europe and North America, tarsiers are found today only in southeastern Asia, usually in the coastal forests and near creeks ... . They are capable of turning their head in any direction through a full 180 degrees. Tarsiers feed on insects and lizards and also small fish and crabs. When seizing its prey ...
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