Today, the primates' closest living relatives are the flying lemurs, or colugos, of Southeast Asia. There are two species that both glide between trees, using flaps of skin outstretched between their legs. They can’t actually fly and they’re not really lemurs, making them the second most inaccurately named animal, after Michael Winner.
Flying lemurs aside, our next closest relatives are the treeshrews, which also live in Southeast Asia. Continuing the theme of inaccurate names, they aren’t true shrews, but they do at least (largely) live in trees.
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