Distribution: Subsaharan Africa (mainly in savanna and woodland habitats)
Social groups: Family groups of a pair with two to four offspring. Bush babies urine wash themself for scentmarking and identification (to other
members of the group). Bush babies communicate both by calling to each other and by marking their paths with their urine.
Lifespan: 16 years
Head + Body : 5 inches (13 cm)
Tail : 6-16 inches (15-41 cm)
(150 to 300g)
Color: silvery gray to brown woolly fur.