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Fame beckons at last for the Horton Plains slender loris


ScienceBlogs (blog) - Nov 10, 2018
Compared to other slender lorises (all of which inhabit India and Sri Lanka), the Horton Plains slender loris has proportionally shorter, stockier limbs and thicker, longer fur, and it thus superficially resembles a slow loris. Presumably, these are ...
 

Watch: 20 slow lorises get first taste of freedom in Indonesian rainforest


Independent.ie - Sep 6, 2018
The animals have all been rehabilitated by the International Animal Rescue charity at their primate centre in West Java. The lorises were all previously kept as pets, but surrendered by their owners to the The Conservation of Natural Resources ...
 

Amazing Moment 20 Slow Lorises Are Released Into The Wild For The First Time


LADbible - Sep 7, 2018
The slow lorises have started a new life in a conservation forest, in West Java, after being surrendered by their owners to the Conservation of Natural Resources Department (BBKSDA), between 2015 and 2018. The adorable creatures were selected for ...
 

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Slow Lorises HATE to be Tickled & Why They Should Never Be Pets | The Dodo


Why Slow Lorises Shouldn't Be Pets | This viral video looks like the cutest thing in the world — but it's a nightmare for these animals. Video by: Ryan Barrentine ...
 

Slow Lorises Rescued From Illegal Pet Trade | National Geographic


Officials in West Sumatra, Indonesia, rescued nine slow lorises from being sold on the illegal pet market. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About ...
 

Record Number Of Slow Lorises Returned To The Wild


SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft Animals: http://bit.ly/2ceCJY0 A record number of slow lorises have been returned to the wild following their rescue and rehabilitation.
 

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 ...
 

Three slow lorises released back into the forest