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Bushbaby Pops His Teeny Head Out To Say Hello

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Bushbabies, or galagos, are some of the tiniest primates on the planet, and spotting them in the wild is a rare treat:

While on a trip through South Africa's Kruger National Park in 2014, Christopher James Ford caught this awesome footage of a shy bushbaby peeking his head out of a pole.

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Bushbabies use their giant eyes and ears to help them get around at night - but their features also happen to make them look adorably curious.

"Who's there?! Who is that?"

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Ford also caught some amazing footage of a whole bushbaby family hanging out together as dusk fell. "Probably one of the coolest things I saw during my time there," Ford explained in the video's description.

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Watch the entire adorable video below: