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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)

Tarsius syrichta (nártoun filipínský, Tarsiidae)

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, Madagascar by Frans Lanting

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.