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bushbaby

any agile nocturnal arboreal prosimian primate of the genera Galago and Euoticus, occurring in Africa south of the Sahara: family Lorisidae (lorises). They have large eyes and ears and a long tail

bushbaby

[′bu̇sh‚bā·bē]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any of six species of African arboreal primates in two genera (Galago and Euoticus) of the family Lorisidae. Also known as galago; night ape.
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The new fossils date to near the evolutionary split of lorises and bushbabies from lemurs, which occurred perhaps 45 million years ago," Seiffert says.
3:15 EARLY MOTHER-INFANT INTERACTIONS AMONG GARNETT'S BUSHBABIES (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
In addition, because bushbabies usually have only one offspring per parturition, little is known about the effect of twinning on activity budgets and rearing behaviors.
3:30 USE OF ANESTHESIA DOES NOT INCREASE ACCURACY OF ANTHROPOMETRICS IN GARNETT'S BUSHBABIES (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
Male bushbabies were significantly heavier than female bushbabies (p = .
Eleven small-eared bushbabies (aged 1 to 15 years) were videotaped in their home cages.
Mature bushbabies performed more foot marking in both BASELINE (p = .
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9:20 EFFECTS OF PARITY ON SEXUAL RECEPTIVITY IN FEMALE BUSHBABIES
Bushbabies are prosimian primates which exhibit consistent sex ratio biases in favor of male offspring.