What are the bushbabies saying to each other?

Here I am!

Both males and females bark like this to advertise their presence to other, distant bushbabies. Listen...

I'm alert!

This sequence of yaps is an alarm call, indicating that the bushbaby is anxious about a predator or other threat. Listen...

What's that?

If there is a noise or something gets too close, bushbabies may make this sound—called a “shivering stutter” by scientists. Listen...

I see you!

This explosive “chow wa” call may mean a bushbaby is concerned about the approach of a more dominant individual. Listen...