Don't get him wet. Don't expose him to sunlight. And never feed him after midnight
Forget puppy dog eyes. This little fella, a tarsier, has a face that could melt the coldest of hearts. Named Jamil, he is being looked after at a research centre for wild animals in Kinabatangan in Malaysia.
Tarsiers, which are 85 to 160 millimetres long and weigh 80 to 165 grams, are one of the smallest and rarest primates in the world.
Jamil has made conservation history as he is the first of his kind to be radio collared in efforts to provide a detailed study of his species' habits.
Tarsiers have eyes that are bigger than their brain and teeth so sharp they can pierce the bones of a frog or snake.
With their rubber band-like legs they can make jumps of up to three metres.
The collar weighs less than 3 per cent of the tarsier's body weight and will not hinder him.
The tiny tarsier is no bigger than a human hand
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