This is a fairly obscure question; however, I think I might have more joy from the Zoochat community than from a direct address to London Zoo itself! In the ZSL Annual Report for 1995, an unknown species of galago is listed as both arriving and departing; no more information than this is given. On Zootierliste, this animal is listed as a Rondo bushbaby / galago (Galagoides rondoensis) from southern Tanzania. if it was such an animal, it would almost certainly be the only Rondo galago to knowingly be held in a zoo. ZTL mentions that it escaped (!) - and quotes Richard Weigl's Longevity of Mammals book as a source. Does anybody know any more about this animal? How and why did it arrive at London? Was it a deliberate acquisition, or a customs seizure of suchlike? And did it indeed escape, never to be seen again? And have Rondo galagos been kept elsewhere?