You be the judge...

"Scientists" tell us that the tarsier is the only member of its lonely family Tarsiidae, which itself is the lone extant family within the infraorder Tarsiiformes... We here at Zooillogix think they might be more closely related to other species than zoologists think...

Pygmy tarsier vs. Furby
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Pygmy tarsier vs. Mogwai
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Pygmy tarsier vs. Jabba
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Pygmy tarsier vs. Little grey
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Pygmy tarsier vs. Little Fuzzy
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Credit to Mad Hussein LOL Scientist

Pygmy tarsier vs. Gilbert Gottfried
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(Maybe the hands?) Credit to Katie Thompson

Pygmy tarsier vs. Critters
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Credit to Benji Bleimanowitz

Pygmy tarsier vs. Boglins
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Credit to Mordecai Lipshitz

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Tarsiidae is a family, not a genus. The problem of recognizing homology vs convergent evolution is perplexing and often difficult. I don't know what to tell you.

By Jim Thomerson (not verified) on 20 Nov 2008 #permalink

With those eyes and long fingers, he looks kind of like a C. Montgomery Burns in its larval stage.

I gotta go with Jenbug on this one.

Good luck finding a picture for that!

I can't believe I'm not the only one still obsessed with fuzzies. I even bought copies of the books for my kids...for some reason they just don't get it.

I am Nerea ( 10 years old) and he is Furby!!!!!

By Nerea Elizalde (not verified) on 08 Dec 2008 #permalink

Yup,gotta be Furby,no doubt about it.