These small primates have grayish/brown fur that is lighter on the limbs and trunk. Oversized ears are used to maintain contact with peers and detect predators. Huge eyes are surrounded by dark fur. Moholi bushbabies' long tails are used for balance as they scamper through the trees. Back legs, which are longer than the front legs, are ideal for vertical climbing and leaping.
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