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14 More Critically Endangered Slow Lorises Rescued From Wildlife Trafficker


Care2.com - Apr 12, 2017
Slow lorises are shy, nocturnal and — most noticeably — adorable. Unfortunately, their cuteness makes them a big target in the exotic pet trade. Since there is a high demand to keep them as pets, wildlife traffickers subject these shy creatures to a ...
 

Rescuers Make the Saddest Discovery at Seaside Resort


Care2.com - Apr 26, 2017
After receiving reports of 17 endangered slow lorises being kept in deplorable conditions as an attraction for visitors at a resort in West Borneo, wildlife officials and rescuers from International Animal Rescue (IAR) headed to the scene to help ...
 

Police Raid Animal Dealer's Home — And Find Worst Surprise


The Dodo - Apr 14, 2017
"Slow lorises are solitary, nocturnal primates, and so everything about the experience of being captured and stuffed into a small cage with other lorises must have been deeply traumatizing," Key said. "The very experience of being handled and moved ...
 

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Lemurs, Lorises, and Other Lower Primates


by: Patricia A. Fink Martin
Ideal for today's young investigative reader, each A True Book includes lively sidebars, a glossary and index, plus a comprehensive "To Find Out More" section listing books, organizations, and Internet sites. A staple of library collections since the 1950s, the new A True Book series is the definitive nonfiction series for elementary school readers.
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Primate Ecology and Social Structure: Lorises, Lemurs, Tariers


by: Robert W. Sussman
For upper level biology courses on primates. This is the first resource in forty years, which reviews the latest writings and research dealing with prosimians. There are no other books available that deal with primate ecology and the behavior of free-ranging primates. This represents the most in-depth coverage, initially characterizing these animals as they exist in their least disturbed state, then comparing behavior in disturbed situations and captivity in order to gain a better understanding of primate behavior and primate communities.
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Primate Ecology and Social Structure, Vol. I: Lorises, Lemurs and Tarsiers, Revised Edition


by: Robert W. Sussman, Robert W. Sussman
This is the first resource in forty years which reviews the latest writings and research dealing with prosimians and new world primates. There are few books available that deal with primate ecology and the behavior of free-ranging primates, organized by taxonomic groups. This volume represents the most in-depth coverage, initially characterizing these animals as they exist in their least disturbed state, then comparing behavior in disturbed situations and captivity in order to gain a better understanding of primate behavior and primate communities.
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Science Bulletins: Slow Loris Venom—Solving a Toxic Puzzle


This big-eyed mammal packs an unusually deadly bite. Slow lorises resemble lemurs, their close primate relatives. But unlike any other primate, the slow loris ...
 

Slow Lorises Went Viral And It Almost Killed Them


End the #ExoticPetTrade. Video by April Son Special thanks for IFAW (http://ifaw.org/) and Wildlife Alliance (http://www.wildlifealliance.org/) for sharing their ...
 

Stop Tickling Slow Lorises, Campaigners Urge


The video of a slow loris raising its arms as it is tickled by its owner has been shared on YouTube more than five million times. But campaigners are now urging ...
 

Slow loris - Wild animals not pets - with Carrie Hope Fletcher & Little Fireface Project


Slow lorises are shy nocturnal animals that were hardly known to the general public until 2009, when a video of a smuggled illegal wild pet when viral.
 

Slow Loris Conservation in Vietnam


Little is known about the status or ecology of slow lorises in Vietnam, but researchers do know that the animals' numbers are on the decline. The nocturnal ...