A Sunda flying lemur hangs from a tree branch by holding on with its arms and legs as he enjoys a rest. It uses its body like a hammock and relaxes by resting its head on the edge of its back. The bat-like creature - pictured snoozing in Sekura in Indonesia - slept for 15 minutes before it woke up to manoeuvre along the branch.
Malayan Colugo | Low C H, Flickr ✿⊱╮ Galeopyerus variegatus--The Sunda flying lemur--found throughout Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. It is NOT a lemur and it does NOT fly; it glides as it leaps among trees' canopies. It is a skillful climber but is helpless on the ground. Eats leaves mostly, but also buds, shoots, coconut flowers, fruits, and certain tree saps.