I started the Saturday Surprise feature in late August 2017, and this post was only the third one I ever did — the first one featuring unique animals. I don’t typically redux Saturday Surprise, but frankly this week I drew a blank in whatever direction I tried to head. So, those of you who are […] […]Saturday Surprise — In Pictures — Filosofa’s Word — ° BLOG ° Gabriele Romano
Due to its bizarre appearance and unusual feeding habits, the aye-aye is considered by many to be the strangest primate in the world. It is the world’s largest nocturnal primate. Unusual physical characteristics include incisors that are continually growing (unique among primates), extremely large ears, and a middle finger which is skeletal in appearance, and is used by the animal as a primary sensory organ.