The Loris: Sign posting
In Africa, the prosimian group is represented by the Bush Babies (Galago and Euoticusspecies), the Potto (Perodicticus potto) and the Angwantibo (Arctocebus calabarensis). In Asia, the prosimians are represented by the Loris (Loris and Nycticebusspecies) and the tarsier (e.g. Tarsius syrichta). The Loris have large eyes and sign post their trees with scent and use it for route-finding in the dark. They use urine to signpost, but because they live in the tops of trees, they urinate on their hands and feet, rub them together and then on to the topmost branches in their territory.