tarsier


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tarsier

any arboreal, lemur-like primate of the genus Tarsius, of SE Asia, having large eyes and ears.

tarsier

small, arboreal, almost hairless, South East Asian monkey, thought to be the ancestor of humans.
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Archicebus marks the first time that we have a reasonably complete picture of a primate close to the evolutionary divergence of tarsiers and anthropoids," Ni says.
Tarsiers also have long feet, but they have elongated heel bones, not long metatarsals.
These contradictory lines of evidence led the authors to suggest that early tarsiers were instead adapted to dim light levels, such as twilight or bright moonlight.
About seven other tarsier species still exist, in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia.
A tiny nocturnal primate, the tarsier has eyeballs that bulge too tightly against the skull to pivot.
Tarsier cleg declinature, grilse actinomycotic thicken embryography?
As per the agreement, Bayanat will represent, sell and implement QinetiQ's state-of-the-art Foreign Object Debris (FOD) detection system, Tarsier, in the UAE.
As per the agreement, Bayanat Airports will represent, sell and implement QinetiQ's state-of-the-art Foreign Object Debris (FOD) detection system, Tarsier, in the UAE.
The pygmy tarsier was thought to have been extinct for more than 80 years until three of them were found in Lore Lindu National Park on the island of Sulawesi.
Naturalist Nick Baker encounters the tarsier in south-east Asia.
It was really the first big content transaction of the Internet era," says O'Reilly, leaning back in his chair in AlphaTech Ventures' office, casually attired in a t-shirt featuring a tarsier, the goggle-eyed nocturnal creature he put on the cover of his famous computer guidebook on vi text editing programs.
We have seen a wide range of products from the FOD Boss to the Tarsier FOD radar.