The Rondo Dwarf Galago
The tiny Rondo dwarf galago typically weighs only about 60 grams and resides in coastal Tanzania. Distinguished by its “bottle-brush” tail and large, dark eyes, the galago has seen its population decline substantially due to logging. At this point, their population remains critically endangered, remaining below levels that allow study. In addition, they can only be found in eight “small and highly threatened evergreen patches,” in Tanzania.