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Tarsiers

Tarsiers do not grow any taller than 7 inches.

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The best of the diving sites Philippines
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover The best of the diving sites

It's almost impossible to list all of the country's beautiful diving sites however we must mention the island of Palawan, especially around Coron (where you can explore old Japanese shipwrecks), Puerto Galera in Mindoro, Panglao Island off Bohol and Romblon island province in Luzon.

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The tarsier family, The best of the diving sites, The fauna and flora, Philippines
The tarsier family

This small animal belongs to the tarsier family, which groups together various species of tiny primates.

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The best of the diving sites , Weight , Philippines
Weight

A tarsier weighs no more than 100 grams.

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Life expectancy, The best of the diving sites, The fauna and flora, Philippines
Life expectancy

Tarsiers generally live for between 8 and 12 years.

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The tarsier's dance, The best of the diving sites, The fauna and flora, Philippines
The tarsier's dance

Tarsiers move around by hopping because they can't walk.

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Territory, The best of the diving sites, The fauna and flora, Philippines
Territory

Like most animals, tarsiers mark their territory by urinating.

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