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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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Of the 10 chimps that used these tools to hunt bush babies, only one was an adult male.
Mr Rutter, who has also sold monkeys, bush babies and tortoises in his store, was the first player to play for England without playing for an English club.
CANTERING crocs, leaping lemurs, ballet-dancing bush babies and snakes swimming in the sand - Weird Nature (BBC1) certainly lived up to its name.
A total of 94 animals were seized from the south London house, among them bush babies, flying squirrels and dormice.
There are still two jaguars, six tigers, two mountain lions, five lemurs, three bush babies, seven marmosets, two antelope, three deer, two ostrich, two warthogs, two javelina, all of the birds and all of the reptiles to get out before June 30, when, according to the eviction notice, they may be confiscated.
National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting was the first to capture images of chimps hunting bush babies with spear-like sticks.
10 Bush Babies National Library Australia, 2011 unpaged $19.
According to the report submitted to Cites in 2010, illegally imported or owned animals that were captured or surrendered in Abu Dhabi in 2009 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 silver baboon.
But the move of the Busy Bush Babies Nursery and Age Concern group has not been warmly welcomed by their new neighbours in Tudor Close and Warwick Road, Sutton Coldfield.