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Philippine Tarsier

Carlito syrichta (Linnaeus, 1758)


These tarsiers were photographed in their natural habitat. They are not in captivity.

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mika.hyden 7 years ago

Thank you! Your photo will be highlighted on November 28th. Afterwards, you’ll be able to see your photo for about a month in the Pic of the Day Collection ( Thanks again for contributing to The Great Nature Project!

Jolly Ibañez
Jolly Ibañez 7 years ago

Hi! It's an honor to have my picture highlighted in the great nature project of National Geographic. Please let me know when you are going to post it. I have always loved nature but rarely have the time to explore it because of my busy schedule. I'm glad I'm able to share something worth publishing to better educate people about the importance of saving our natural world.

Thank you for this honor. More power!

mika.hyden 7 years ago

Congratulations! We would like to highlight this photo as National Geographic’s Great Nature Project Pic of the Day! It will be featured in the lower left corner on The Great Nature Project website (, as well as on NG Education Facebook page.

We will attribute this photo to you by using your username, Jolly Ibanez. Once we hear back from you (either here or via email to, we’ll let you know which date we’ll highlight your photo. Thank you for sharing your observations with The Great Nature Project!

Jolly Ibañez
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Jolly Ibañez

Bohol, Philippines

Spotted on May 4, 2014
Submitted on Nov 16, 2014

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