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Western Tarsier (Tarsius bancanus Horsfield)    The eyes of such a super small primate are not only disproportionately big — each of its eyes is bigger than its brain — but it also has the most strange night vision eyes in nature. The western tarsier jumps from one tree to another using its huge feet and strong back legs to look for insects and small invertebrates as food.

Western Tarsier (Tarsius bancanus Horsfield) The eyes of such a super small primate are not only disproportionately big — each of its eyes is bigger than its brain — but it also has the most strange night vision eyes in nature. The western tarsier jumps from one tree to another using its huge feet and strong back legs to look for insects and small invertebrates as food.

@FransLanting  Tarsiers have been called dawn monkeys. They are believed to be living links to a branch of early primates who evolved in the rainforests of Southeast Asia some 50 million years ago. Tarsiers use their huge eyes to hunt for insects in the dark understory of the Borneo night. Like all primates, they do not possess reflective structures in the backs of their eyes, which boost night vision for other nocturnal creatures such as cats. To make up for this deficiency, tarsiers…

@FransLanting Tarsiers have been called dawn monkeys. They are believed to be living links to a branch of early primates who evolved in the rainforests of Southeast Asia some 50 million years ago. Tarsiers use their huge eyes to hunt for insects in the dark understory of the Borneo night. Like all primates, they do not possess reflective structures in the backs of their eyes, which boost night vision for other nocturnal creatures such as cats. To make up for this deficiency, tarsiers…

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@FransLanting  Tarsiers have been called dawn monkeys. They are believed to be living links to a branch of early primates who evolved in the rainforests of Southeast Asia some 50 million years ago. Tarsiers use their huge eyes to hunt for insects in the dark understory of the Borneo night. Like all primates, they do not possess reflective structures in the backs of their eyes, which boost night vision for other nocturnal creatures such as cats. To make up for this deficiency, tarsiers…

@FransLanting Tarsiers have been called dawn monkeys. They are believed to be living links to a branch of early primates who evolved in the rainforests of Southeast Asia some 50 million years ago. Tarsiers use their huge eyes to hunt for insects in the dark understory of the Borneo night. Like all primates, they do not possess reflective structures in the backs of their eyes, which boost night vision for other nocturnal creatures such as cats. To make up for this deficiency, tarsiers…

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