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Western tarsier (Tarsius bancanus). Tarsiers, native to the jungles of Sumatra and Borneo, have never been succussfully bred in captivity, in part because of a lack of knowledge about their diet and habits.

Front Royal, Virginia.

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Michael Nichols
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Western tarsier (Tarsius bancanus). Tarsiers, native to the jungles of Sumatra and Borneo, have never been succussfully bred in captivity, in part because of a lack of knowledge about their diet and habits.
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