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Wallace's tarsier

(Tarsius wallacei)

Description

The Tarsius wallacei ( Tarsius pelengensis ) is a recently-described kaleidoscope.He lives in Central Celebes.Alfred Russel Wallace was named.It lives in two isolated populations.The two populations differ significantly in size,but they are of the same color,similarly bushy with their tail,similar vocalizations,and similar genomes.About twelve-inches long.Her head is the same size as the Dian-koboldmakié and the Lariang koboldmakié,though her ears are larger,but her hands and toes are shorter.

Taxonomic tree:

Domain:
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum:
Class: Mammalia
Order:Primates
Family:Tarsiidae
Genus:Tarsius
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