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2) Their third finger is the same length as their upper arm.
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4) The second and the third toes of the hind limbs have claws instead of nails used for grooming.
5) Tarsiers are the only entirely carnivorous primate. They eat insects, lizards and other small animals.
6) They are amazing jumpers, able to jump 40 times ...
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