Bushbabies spend the day resting in a tree hole or among the vines, hiding from snakes. It emerges at night to run, climb, and leap–more than six feet at a time–about the treetops. Large, light-sensitive eyes help the galago know where it’s going.
Did You Know?
Garnett's galago is also called the greater bushbaby because its territorial call sounds like a child's cry.