A third bushbaby was placed about one foot underground within a wood-frame box with 1/4 inch wire mesh on the bottom.
These results provide insights regarding early rearing practices of bushbabies and early behaviors of bushbaby infants.
In the present experiment, we examined the effect of eliminating anesthesia on accuracy of anthropometrics in Garnett's bushbaby, a prosimian primate.
3:45 CORTISOL RESPONSE TO RELOCATION STRESS IN GARNETT'S BUSHBABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
1:30 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LATERAL HAND BIAS AND RESPONSE TO MUSIC IN THE SMALL-EARED BUSHBABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
2:10 ACTIVITY LEVEL AND IMMUNE SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS IN THE SMALL-EARED BUSHBABY
This study evaluated the relationship between naturally occurring activity levels (as a surrogate for moderate exercise) and immune system characteristics in a nonhuman primate model, the small-eared bushbaby.
2:30 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY WEIGHT AND GLUCOSE LEVEL IN THE SMALL-EARED BUSHBABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
Derrick Spires of Jim Hill High School received special recognition with "Frequency and Type of Scent-marking in the Smalleared Bushbaby
(Otolemur garnettii) in Response to Reproductive Condition of Female Conspecifics.
10:30 EFFECTS OF AGE AND CONSPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS ON SCENT-MARKING BEHAVIOR IN THE BUSHBABY
The small-eared bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii) is a nocturnal prosimian primate.