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tarsier

any arboreal, lemur-like primate of the genus Tarsius, of SE Asia, having large eyes and ears.
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Its wholly-owned subsidiary has agreed to acquire 3,45,622 ordinary shares of Tarsius Pharma, of nominal value of NIS 0.01 each by way of subscription, representing 18.75 percent of shares of Tarsius on a fully diluted basis.
Population Survey of the Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) in Corella, Bohol.
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Now researchers have learned that the species, Tarsius syrichta, actually produces ultrasonic screeches that are well above the range of human hearing.
The combination of the Vectronix helmet-mounted Tarsius 16 intensifier with the Tacs-M has a total weight of 400 grams.
Tiny primate Tarsius sirindhornae was named for a Princess of which country?
Although the skull and skeleton of the new species of Ourayia have yet to be found, it is likely that this species had life habits similar to those of modern tarsiers (from the genus Tarsius) and lived in a much wetter climate than prevails in San Diego today.
In the Philippines and on Sulawesi there are four endemic species of tarsier (Tarsius), primates whose phylogenetic relationships are still unclear.
Tarsjuszi Inne Wiersze (Tarsius and Other Poems), Krajowa Agenja Wydawnicza, 1976.