Another real-life ‘Yoda’ discovered in Indonesia

USA Today

With the discovery of the new species (Tarsius spectrumgurskyae and Tarsius supriatnai), the number of recognized species from Sulawesi and nearby islands has risen to 11. "The discovery of these species is expected to help conserve the critically important regions in which they are found,"  said tarsier expert and study lead author Myron Shekelle of Western Washington University.

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