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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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The newly released Sleepy Pods give Bush Babies somewhere to snuggle down, close the leaf door and get cosy.
While it is hard to quantify the exact way the Bush Babies Environmental Education Program influences the anti-poaching movement, Maefala is certain it's having a positive effect.
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.
There's plenty of humor, too-from science-loving Jenny's initial resistance to the Circus ("You must have a wonderful team of geneticists working with you to create bioluminescent bush babies") to a wallaby who burps the Greek alphabet to nearly everything done or uttered by Chintzy the tart-tongued messenger-parrot.
Packed full of exotic animals, fish, snakes, toucans, caiman crocodiles and even several species of monkey including marmosets and bush babies.
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We were lucky enough to see deer, porcupines, and what seemed to be, bush babies. While it was disappointing not to see the elephants or tigers, the evening left the entire group silent as Mother Nature delivered an awe-inspiring experience.
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. Much bigger and the risk of injury becomes prohibitive - orangutans are exceedingly slow and safe," he added.
- is busy bringing some of the zoo animals - kangaroos, African porcupines and Bush babies and snakes, lizard and tortoises - to different educational venues.
The 'City Safari' look is perfect for down-to-earth city slickers who are secretly bush babies at heart.
Among other food sources, the Fongoli chimps eat squirrel-size primates called bush babies. Between March 2005 and July 2006, the scientists watched Fongoli chimps use tools to go after bush babies 22 times.
Bush babies look like tiny streaks of fur bouncing from branch to branch.