noun, plural ga·la·gos.
Origin of galago
Examples from the Web for galago
The coast form, which has been described as Kirk's Galago (G. kirkii), is only a variety of the present species.A Hand-book to the Primates, Volume 1 (of 2)|Henry O. Forbes
Galago senegalensis makes a nest in the fork of two branches, where it sleeps during the day.
The genus Galago comprises at any rate six distinct species.
It is to be distinguished from Galago by the fact that the inner incisors are larger than the outer.
These teeth, especially the superior molars, are particularly compared to the corresponding teeth of Lemur and Galago.