❃ Bush Babies or Galagos are the smallest members of the primate family, and they typically weigh between two and four pounds. They have long tails, which they use for balance, and they can leap up to ten feet in a single bound.
❃ They're are nocturnal animals, and they spend most of their time in trees. They are experts at climbing and jumping, and they use their tails to help them navigate through the branches.
❃ Bush babies are herbivores, and they eat a variety of fruits, nuts, and insects. They also like to drink sap from trees. They are solitary creatures, and they only come together to mate. Females give birth to one or two babies at a time, and the young are born blind and hairless.
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