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Daubentonia madagascariensis

This extraordinary primate from the island of Madagascar has a specialised adaptation for finding its favourite food – wood boring grubs.

It taps a branch with its finger and listens for any movement inside. It then chisels into the branch with its enlarged incisors and, on locating its prey, uses its remarkable elongated finger to extract the grub.

From the book “Astonishing Animals”

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