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Somali lesser galago (Galago gallarum)

Nash - gallarum

Repetitive caller

Social cohesion

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Explosive call (Quack) Meru National Park, central Kenya
By Y. de Jong and T. Butynski
Advertising and re-assembly call of both males and females. Strident explosive trumpets of one, two or more syllables, with emphasis on the first syllable. Repeated in long sequences and loudest call in repertoire, sometimes with an undulating quality
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Explosive call (Quack) Meru National Park, central Kenya
By T. Butynski and Y. de Jong
Advertising and re-assembly call of both males and females. Strident explosive trumpets of one, two or more syllables, with emphasis on the first syllable. Repeated in long sequences and loudest call in repertoire, sometimes with an undulating quality
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Rolling call
Meru National Park, central Kenya
By T. Butynski and Y. de Jong
Buzzing single notes repeated slowly or strung together in a rolling sequence = rolling call or coo. A quieter call

Anxiety and alarm

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Squawk yaps Meru National Park, central Kenya
By T. Butynski and Y. de Jong
Harsh yap-like barking notes repeated rapidly in long sequences, often in chorus with others. Loud

 

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