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Synonyms for galago

agile long-tailed nocturnal African lemur with dense woolly fur and large eyes and ears

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Animal care students get invaluable experience in handling a skunk (above), bush babies (top) and (left) a parrot.
They then used the tools to stab at holes in tree trunks where bush babies sleep during the day.
Fongoli chimps taper branch ends with their teeth before heading out to flush small bush babies out of their tree nests and grab them (SN: 3/3/07, p.
The list included 38 Houbara Bustards found dead, 65 falcons (including two large Saker Falcons), 128 tortoises, 71 parrots, five monkeys, five bush babies (small nocturnal primates) and a Silvery Baboon.
The list included 128 tortoises, 65 falcons, including two large Saker Falcons, 71 parrots, 38 Houbara Bustards, which were found dead, five monkeys and five bush babies (these are small nocturnal primates), and a Silver Baboon.
Much smaller, and they need to store energy in tendons like the smaller primates such as bush babies.
The 'City Safari' look is perfect for down-to-earth city slickers who are secretly bush babies at heart.
The animal care students came face-to-face with tarantulas, skunks and snakes following a visit by Tropical Inc, a professional company dedicated to the welfare of animals such as pythons, tarantulas, meerkats, owls and even bush babies.
In these cases, individual chimps made spearlike tools out of tree branches and then thrust the implements into cavities in hollow tree trunks and branches where bush babies sleep during the day.
A total of 94 animals was seized from the south London house, including spur-thighed tortoises, pancake tortoises, a black pond turtle, lizards, bush babies, flying squirrels and dormice.
Bush babies: A 13-day December visit to see Botswana's bush babies, the newborn wildlife, is planned by Natural Habitat Adventures.