Tarsiers are small primates known for their distinctive large eyes. They are native to Southeast Asia, specially found in various countries in that region. The specific locations where tarsiers are found in the wild include:-
Philippines:- The Philippine tarsier is one of the most well-known species of tarsiers. It is found in the islands of Bohol, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao in the Philippines. The Philippine tarsier is considered an endemic species, meaning it is found exclusively in this region.
Borneo:- Tarsiers can also be found in parts of Borneo, which is shared by Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. The Bornean tarsier is the species found in this area.
Sumatra:- The Sumatra tarsier is native to the Indonesian island of Sumatra. It is found in various habitats including forests and plantations.
Sulawesi:- The spectral tarsier is found on the island of Sulawesi, which is part of Indonesia. It inhabits the forests and mountainous regions of the island.