The brown bushbaby is in the Primate order, the Glagonidae family, the Prosimii suborder, and the Otolemur Genus species. This primate is about the size of a rabbit, with a body length of 9 to 13 inches, and a tail length of 12 to 16 inches. Their fur is reddish to gray-brown and the tips of their tails can be brown, black, or white. The brown bushbaby can be found in central and east coastal Africa: Somalia, Tanzania, and Zanzibar. This animal eats fruit and animal prey, including beetles, ants, termites, snails, and birds. They breed once a year, with one or two babies being produced each year. They have a gestation period of 130 days. The offspring are born from August to November. This species is threatened by habitat loss. Brown bushbabies have a lifespan of 15 years.