Bushbaby Snacks on Insects
Clip: Season 38 Episode 5 | 1m 30s
The Southern Lesser Galago, also known as a Bushbaby, is perfectly adapted to hunt insects at night. Their tiny bodies are offset by their large, saucer-like eyes, and they will wash their feet and hands in their own urine to make them stickier and help in climbing trees.
Aired: 10/30/19Video has closed captioning.
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