Name That Animal December 6, 2011 ~ YesBiscuit No researching – just leave your guess in the comments. Answer will be posted in the comments later today. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
18 thoughts on “Name That Animal”
I OWN this one.
Actually, I don’t.
Looks like some type of Lemur. Or Alien – -the cute kind of alien, not the evil kind. Or maybe a new character for the Lord of the Rings movies. But I’m going with Lemur.
I believe it’s a bushbaby.
Yep, THAT is my ex-mother-in-law, with those knuckles, beedy eyes, clinging to anything long & round (or looks like a wallet), and the fuzzy house-coat. She IS a branch manager. But I don’t see the beer can or liquor bottle, so that may not be her.
“branch manager” – haha!
The guy you wake up to “the morning after”! Damn! I need another drink!
I would be delighted to wake up and see this cute little critter. Assuming he wasn’t married, of course.
ALL the cute ones are married!
aye aye! So cute!!
This is a tarsier. Tarsiers are tiny nocturnal primates, found only in Southeast Asia. From the Wiki entry:
I didn’t think of tarsiers at all! Should have! *knocks dust out of brain*
I actually knew this one, though I didn’t remember the correct spelling at first. Of course, I didn’t see this post till 12/9. Drat you, Google Reader! :)
i was going for Aye Aye. never heard of tarsiers- interesting!
Both tarsier and aye aye are classed as a “vertical clinger and leaper” (from class in primate social behavior)so look a lot alike. This little guy is really clinging!
He’s a branch manager.
The little dude’s eyes are bigger than his brain. Gee, I thought I had it bad when my eyes are bigger than my stomach.
Sugar bear? Honey Bear?
Is it a slouth? Not sure of the spelling…sorry.