The Philippine Tarsius is a specy of tarsius measuring between 85 and 160 mm, making it the smallest primate in the world.
His head has the characteristic of being able to rotate 340 °.
It's found only on Bohol island. It has two large eyes that shine at night.
They are territorial animals that feed mainly on insects.
Although this is a protected species, many Filipinos capture these animals to become pets. In fact, the estimated wild population has only 1000 individuals in 2011.