- n. Plural form of tarsier.
“-0/+2they're called tarsiers, located in the asian parts of the world.”
“Heads acknowledged that the phylogenetic relationships of some groups such as tarsiers, are controversial, but the various alternatives do not obscure the patterns of diversity and distribution identified in this study.”
“The pygmy tarsiers, furry Furby/gremlin-looking creatures about the size of a small mouse and weighing less than 2 ounces, have not been observed since they were last collected for a museum in 1921.”
“The real problem with the blaze of publicity about Darwinius is not that it was described as more closely related to monkeys and apes than to tarsiers and lemurs.”
“Monkeys, apes, and tarsiers are typically included in the Haplorhines.”
“Others have favored a common ancestry with small primates known as tarsiers.”
“In 1999, the scientists reported that all great ape species had von Economo cells, but lesser primates, such as macaques, lemurs and tarsiers, did not.”
“The island of Sulawesi is home to at least seven species of endemic macaques and at least five species of endemic tarsiers.”
“Lùn tarsiers là loài linh trưởng với đôi mắt rất lớn mà không thể di chuyển, do đó, họ có đầu, có thể xoay 180 độ.”
“This makes it much easier to have more than one baby at a time, though like monkeys, tarsiers usually one have one baby at a time.”
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