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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarsier

All tarsier species are nocturnal in their habits, but like many nocturnal organisms, some individuals may show more or less activity during the daytime. Based on the anatomy of all tarsiers, they are all adapted for leaping even though they all vary based on their species.

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Tarsiers! Cool facts about these wonderfully weird primates Eyeballs the size of their brain and the ability to leap 40 times their body length are just some of the things that make the tarsier ...

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Tarsier (Tarsius Syrichta), worlds smallest primate in the wild, NOT in a zoo. Model for Spielberg's E.T. and Yoda; Tarsier Breeding & Conservation Center (Corella, Bohol, Philippines).

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Newborn Tarsiers can start to climb trees after just being one day old. They live 8 to 12 years. Fact 4 Fact 11 Fact 5 Fact 20 They have very long tails which are mainly hairless. Fact 9 Tarsiers can not walk so they have to hop everywhere they go. Tarsiers can jump a length 40

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Tarsiers actually have the biggest eyes relative to their body weight of any mammal species. They also have a pair of membranous ears set on its very round head. What is also very noticeable about the tarsier is its long digits which culminate in rounded pads that provide the tarsier with an effective grip on just about any surface.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippine_Tarsier

The Philippine tarsier is related to the Horsfield's tarsier of Borneo and Sumatra and to several species of tarsier on Sulawesi and nearby islands in the genus Tarsius. Although all living tarsiers had been conventionally placed in the single genus Tarsius, Shekelle and Groves (2010) placed the distinctive Philippine tarsier in its own genus ...

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Tarsiers are haplorrhine primates belonging to the genus Tarsius, in the Tarsiidae family, which is the only extant family within the infraorder Tarsiformes. The group used to be widespread some time back, though all the species existing now are more or less confined to the islands of Southeast Asia.

www.britannica.com/animal/tarsier

Tarsier, (family Tarsiidae), any of six or more species of small leaping primates found only on various islands of Southeast Asia, including the Philippines.Tarsiers are intermediate in form between lemurs and monkeys, measuring only about 9–16 cm (3.5–6 inches) long, excluding a tail of about twice that length.Tarsiers are lemurlike in being nocturnal and having a well-developed sense of ...

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Tarsier Reproduction and Life Cycles Besides one species of Eastern Tarsier (the Spectral Tarsier) which tends to have more specific breeding seasons between April and May, and then October and November, Tarsiers tend to breed all year round with females giving birth to a single baby after a gestation period that lasts for about six months ...

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Some Fun Facts About the Philippine Tarsier. The Tarsier, pronounced “tar-see-ay,” is an adorable little guy. Just look at those eyes! They make me melt with affection. One of my readers recently asked me if I would do a write up about tarsiers, so I’ve done some research and put together some fun facts about the Philippine Tarsier.