Galagos are African arboreal, nocturnal primates. Between the three species - Galago senegalensis, the Lesser Bushbaby; G. crassicaudatus, the Thick-Tailed Galago; and G. Alleni, Allen's Galago - there are 19 subspecies living in a variety of habitats. G. senegalensis inhabits the coast of Guinea, the savannas of West and sub-Saharan Africa. Males weigh between 151-173 g and females 150-163 g. G. senegalensis has a distinct stripe between the eyes extending down the nose, and ears with four transverse fold lines the animal uses to compress or extend its ears. With longer hindlimbs than forelimbs, galagos are able to cross distances of more than two meters (6 1/2 ft) in a single jump.