The tiny spectral tarsier, one of the shortest and most primitive primates in the world, has been filmed hunting at night in the jungle of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The tarsier, which stands just 5 inches tall, has massive eyes that enable it to see in the dark, and belongs to the only group of carnivorous primates.
Tarsiers have evolved little in the past 45 million years and may have separated early from other primates.
A BBC team filmed the tiny tarsier for the natural history series Life.
"Tiny tarsiers" is broadcast within the Primates episode of the BBC series
at 2100GMT on BBC One on Monday 14 December.