Oh hai! So this is a tarsier.
They're shy, nocturnal primates who thrive in the Philippine island of Bohol.
Such an introvert, this little one.
Tarsiers love to chill while cuddling with branches of trees.
But they love their share of meat even more.
Tarsiers are carnivorous animals who feed on insects, lizards, small birds, and even snakes.
Tarsiers may be small and pocket-sized...
But they're also agile predators, leaping great distances up to 16 feet.
And they're always on the look out. They have the biggest eyes relative to body weight among all mammals.
And they're capable of rotating their heads to 180 degrees so they don't miss a thing.
Togetherness is a constant: when a predator is nearby, tarsiers gather around to take it on.
Although they're tough cookies, they need protection too.
Sadly, the population of the Philippine tarsier is decreasing. Despite numerous efforts to preserve the species, they are still threatened by habitat loss and illegal wildlife pet trade.