Buy Fine Art Prints by National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting -- "Tarsier Western tarsier, Sabah, Borneo"
Tarsiers are primates (a group including lemurs, monkeys, apes and humans) found only in the islands of Southeast Asia. The majority of Tarsier species are now endangered or threatened, and some are designated critically endangered.
The Gibbon is a primate (lesser great ape) that lives in the rainforest of Southeast Asia. This species is threatened by habitat loss. Photo by Thanawat Thiasiriphet.
You lookin' at me? Here's another interesting primate, the Philippine Tarsier. Tarsiers cannot move their eyeballs, but a special adaption allows them to rotate their heads 180 degrees instead!
Tarsier, one of the smallest primates. All the species living today are found in the islands of Southeast Asia. Photo by Harprit Singh
Tarsiers are haplorrhine primates of the family Tarsiidae, which is itself the lone extant family within the infraorder Tarsiiformes. Although the group was once more widespread, all the species living today are found in the islands of Southeast Asia.
Marina is a brilliant wildlife photographer. She takes wild animals photos at national parks and on wildlife safaris.
Western tarsier, Sabah, Borneo My, what big eyes you have.