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Tarsius bancanus (nártoun západosundský - mládě s matkou, Tarsiidae)

Horsfield's tarsier mother and infant climbing branch - View amazing Horsfield’s tarsier photos - Tarsius bancanus - on Arkive

Tarsius bancanus (nártoun západosundský - mládě, Tarsiidae)

rhamphotheca: A baby Western Tarsier (Tarsius bancanus) from Sumatra, Indonesia, on a human thumb. (photo: A. Compost/Bios/ Peter Arnold, Inc.

Tarsius syrichta (nártoun filipínský, Tarsiidae)

The most notable feature of this extraordinary looking primate is its enormous eyes; tarsiers have the biggest eyes relative to their body weight of any mammal. As well as huge eyes, the.

Daubentonia robusta (ksukol velký †, Daubentoniidae)

Giant Aye-Aye - The size of a mid-sized dog, this creature's skin was found in Madagascar during the The animal has since been observed in the wild by hunters, and has been classified as a critically endangered species.

Daubentonia madagascariensis (ksukol ocasatý, Daubentoniidae)

Aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) ENDANGERED The highly distinctive aye-aye is one of the most bizarre looking animals on the planet.

Galagoides demidovii (komba malá, Galagonidae)

Galagoides demidovii (komba malá, Galagonidae)

Galagoides demidovii (komba malá, Galagonidae)

Galagoides demidovii (komba malá, Galagonidae)

Galagoides demidovii

Galagoides demidovii

Sciurocheirus alleni (komba tmavá, Galagonidae)

Sciurocheirus alleni (komba tmavá, Galagonidae)

Otolemur crassicaudatus (komba velká, Galagonidae)

Otolemur crassicaudatus (komba velká, Galagonidae)

Euoticus elegantulus (komba krátkouchá, Galagonidae)

Euoticus elegantulus (komba krátkouchá, Galagonidae)