thick-tailed bushbaby[′thik ¦tāld ′bu̇sh‚bā·bē]
Galago crassicaudatus. A primate animal in the family Lorisidae; one of the six species of bushbaby, the thick-tailed bushbaby is more aggressive and solitary than the other species, and grows to over 1 foot (30 centimeters) in length with an equally long tail. Also known as great galago.
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