Digestive strategy of the south-east African lesser bushbaby, Galago moholi.
Galago moholi is a small nocturnal primate, which has a specialised diet of Acacia exudate and insects. Both exudate and insect exoskeletons contain β-linked polysaccharides that can be used as an energy source by mammals via microbial fermentation. The
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