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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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And those muscular hind legs and long feet function much like the coiled springs in a pogo stick: When a bush baby lands, its leg muscles absorb and "store some of the energy from the previous jump," Glander says.
Hungry, the tiny bush baby, also called a galago (guh-LAY-goh), goes in search of food.
In the late 1970s, bits of bush baby bones turned up in fecal studies by Marchant and her colleagues at a site near Fongoli.
True the Bush baby invented "compassionate Conservatism" which young William once fancied copying.
Toolmaker Gordon and his wife Ann bought a bush baby as a pet 30 years ago.
The River Basin is about 30 hectares in size and harbours some other primate species such as Angwantibo (Arctocebus calabarensis), Bush baby (Galago senegalensis) among others including the recently discovered Hemidactylus eniangii.
We love their 'Sweeet' campaign which has puppies and kittens climbing out of digestive biscuits and a cute bush baby popping out of a Jaffa Cake packet.
Swing SWITCH: Plum Bush Baby Wooden Swing Set, pounds 120, www.
The Bush Baby is without a doubt the worst president we have ever had in the history of the United States.
TODDLERS are limbering up for a sponsored walk at Knowsley Safari Park in aid of children's charity Barnardos Youngsters Zak and Holly Doherty-Green started their preparations by meeting Mi-Lu, an abandoned bush baby deer The children, from Dovecot, will be among hundreds of youngsters taking part in Barnardos' Big Toddle, a half-milesponsored walk on June 15 and 22.
He was "passionate" about Ireland, unlike Gore or the Bush baby, who has never even set foot in Europe.
For her, a poem is a response and in these four quatrains we see all of her typical qualities as she observes the "glory" of a little bush baby.