(Paraxerus cepapi) The tree squirrel are solitary or in pairs. They spend a large amount of time on the ground in search of food. When disturbed, they make great haste in retreating to the nearest tree.
(Galago senegalensis) These small creatures, as their Afrikaans name implies, have a shrill, plaintive call that sounds like a baby crying. They are nocturnal, occurring in pairs or singly and are widespread in distribution throughout the northern region above South Africa.