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Galago

gregarious, nocturnal, arboreal, monkeylike prosimians, up to a foot long; silver-gray, brown or black. Includes bush-baby, great galago and other species.
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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.
The current study examined TMT in response to capture and restraint in eight captive bushbabies (Otolemur garnettii).
State University describes a left-hand bias in food-reaching among members of several prosimian species housed in zoos, including black-and-white ruffed lemurs, black lemurs, ring-tailed lemurs and lesser bushbabies.
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Twenty male and 12 female bushbabies received oral administrations of l-tryptohan daily for 6 weeks as part of a larger study examining self-injurious behavior.
The bushbabies originally were obtained from two sources.
Again, the breadth of psychological and social scientific research was highlighted with papers focusing on such varied topics as the American Community Survey, the Stroop effect, suicide, health behaviors of African-American college students, and mother-infant interactions among Garnett's Bushbabies.
Two bushbabies corpses, which died of natural causes were frozen and then thawed, removed of hair, and placed in wood frames covered with wire mesh.
Utilizing recently deceased carcasses of Garnet's short-eared bushbabies from the University of Southern Mississippi, insects were periodically collected, measured, and identified to determine the entomological timeline for death scenes in the Pine Belt region.
We examined 10 male and 8 female Garnett's bushbabies to determine the extent of their interaction with 3 levels of environmental enrichment.
In a previous study, we exposed 13 bushbabies to music enrichment and measured their behavioral and physiological stress responses.