The behavior of wild spectral tarsiers

@article{Mackinnon1980TheBO,
  title={The behavior of wild spectral tarsiers},
  author={John D Mackinnon and Kathy Mackinnon},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={1980},
  volume={1},
  pages={361-379}
}
Field data are presented from a 15-month study of spectral tarsiers in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, based on over 300 sightings of animals in the wild and supplemented by observations from other parts of the island. Animals in study area were caught in mist nets and marked with colored plastic bird rings so that tarsiers followed at night could be individually recognized. Ecological data presented cover the locomotion, use of forest strata, and diet of tarsiers. Although clearly specialized for… CONTINUE READING

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