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Galago, any of several species of small mammals (genus Galago) of the loris family, native to African forests. They can leap great distances between trees by using their long hind legs. Galagos range in size between large squirrels and chipmunks. They have soft, woolly fur, and large eyes and ears. Active at night, they feed on insects as well as small birds, eggs, lizards, and fruit.

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