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Also Known as the Western Tarsier
Sepilok is situated in 43sq km of virgin lowland equatorial rainforest
wow!!! sooooo lovely.... Congrats.......
Thanks for that Stephen. I hope their numbers are holding up in general. I suppose 'development' is their main enemy.
None of my spottings are taken in Zoos. I found the Tarsier whilst spotlighting on a night walk in Sepilok. They're normally around eye level in height from the ground which is great for photography. As long as you hold a light on a Tarsier they'll normally stay in the same place until you take the light away.
great shots - could you please let us know how you came to see it? Was this in a zoo?
Wow!! Great find Stephen!! and congrats!
Awesome capture Stephen,such a gorgeous animal,it would be great if you can add some info,like Mark suggest ,to this great spotting :)Congrats again,now on the well deserved SOTD and thanks for sharing
How did you find it? What sort of place is it living in? Beautiful animals. Congrats on the SOTD.
congratulations Stephen.... I love just its fingers and toes, as well as the eyes, of course! And those ears aren't too bad either! They look like mother-of-pearl shells!
So cute! Congratulations on SOTD!
Congratulations on this wonderful SotD !
Congratulations. Great shot.
Congratulations! It is a wonderful spotting :-)
What a great spotting Stephen .. congratulations on the SOTD
Stephen, this wonderful tarsier was chosen as Spotting of the Day! Look at those eyes! Congrats for the recognition and thanks for all your beautiful snapshots. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/5...
Awesome capture Stephen ,congrats and thanks for sharing
Lovely! Its an endangered species... consider adding it to mission http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/7376...
Lovely ! Hope they are safe and have a secure environment.
Spotted on Sep 25, 2014 Submitted on Oct 18, 2014
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