Hay is squatter. If such a Puka has found a human partner, it becomes attached to a certain part of the human body and stays there most of the time during the partnership. They are divided into the head- and shoulder squatters. A (one-sided) deafness can be the result of a symbiosis with such a Puka.
Hay lives in the head hair of man and climbs around there. In order to have a better time with his human, he stays near his ears mostly. As with Minilapus liliput, the vocal cords are also greatly enlarged in M. haitrao, and his voice is relatively loud compared to his small size. Hay is - just like all Pukas - equally common choosing men and women as partners.
Amazing in this Puka species is again the excellent adaptation to the corresponding habitat. Not only that the front and rear ex-tremities are adapted for climbing, but also the specialized, mobile ears.
Size: 0.05 m
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