Bush baby facts
- Bush babies get their name from their call, which sounds just like a newborn baby crying.
- They're nocturnal and their large eyes are adapted for seeing in low-light.
- Their ears can move independently like radio dishes to locate their prey.
- They can jump up to five metres.
What do bush babies eat?
Gum that oozes out of acacia trees, and invertebrates like butterflies, moths, and beetles.
Bush baby threats
There are no major threats to the species, and their range is expanding in some areas.