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Slow Lorises Cry After Stolen from the Wild From Forest To Be Pets | The Dodo

Slow Lorises Cry After Stolen from the Wild From Forest To Be Pets | The Dodo

These slow lorises were crying — because they were so scared after being stolen from the wild Video by: Ryan Barrentine To help with the medical care of ...

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Slow Loris eating a Rice Ball

Slow Loris eating a Rice Ball Domestically bred. Kinako and azuki was born in a Japan.

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 ...

The truth behind the slow loris pet trade and 'cute' tickling slow loris videos

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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 ...

Slow loris loves getting tickled http://bit.ly/14qLq8x

a funny animal named LORIS loves getting tickled :o) http://bit.ly/14qLq8x.

A Loris in the Night | Wild Sri Lanka

The Slender Loris is a rare, primitive primate found in the forests of Sri Lanka. Its slender limbs are very good for climbing trees and catching large insects.

Slow Loris Are The Funniest And Cutest Animals 2017 [BEST OF]

A funny and cute slow loris videos compilation. Check out one of the cutest animal videos and also the funniest animal moments in this new compilation.

Slow Loris want more Rice Ball

Slow Loris want more Rice Ball Domestically bred. Kinako and azuki was born in a Japan.

Rare slow lorises rescued from traffickers by Chinese animal welfare activists

Animal welfare activists in northeast China's Liaoning Province recently saved four slow lorises, one of the nation's rarest species, and sent them to a nature ...

True Facts about the Slow Loris

Slow Loris Facts video that contains Facts about the Slow Loris. Slender Loris Facts video footage and Slow Loris Pictures. To provide you true Slow Loris ...

Brushing Slow Loris

Brushing Slow Loris Domestically bred. Kinako and azuki was born in a Japan.

Baby Loris !


Slow Loris eats the grape


Slow Loris eating Banana

Slow Loris eating Banana Domestically bred. Kinako and azuki was born in a Japan. camera (canon 7D sigma 30mm 1.4)

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 ...

The Most Adorable Poisonous Animal

The Slow Loris is one of the most adorable, toxic mammals in existence today. Watch this video and learn more about one of the more unusual primates in ...

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 ...

Cute baby pygmy loris eating watermelon

Pygmy loris at a rescue center in Vietnam. This loris is at a rehabilitation centre after being confiscated from people in the pet trade.

The Search for Slow Lorises - AMNH SciCafe

Slow lorises may look like big-eyed Ewoks, but their cute countenance has made these primates a target of the illegal wildlife trade. In this SciCafe, Mary Blair, ...

Slow Loris Tickle (Sonya The Tickle Lover)

UPDATE: http://www.youtube.com/DmitrySergeyev - the owner of this video. Please, visit his channel. Her name is Sonya and she loves tickle. Aaaaaawwwwww ...

8 Endangered Slow Lorises Returned to Freedom in the Rainforest

The eight Sumatran slow lorises (nycticebus coucang) were released by a team from International Animal Rescue (IAR) into the Protected Forest of Batutegi, ...

Three slow lorises released back into the forest


Is Social Media Saving or Enslaving the Slow Loris?: Anna Nekaris at TEDxNashville

Web 2.0 resources have the power to reach millions of unique viewers, and to make unknown people, and animals, into celebrities overnight. Such has been the ...

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 is trying to bite


Slow loris having teeth cut. Warning: upsetting content. Copyright - Animals Indonesia

Animals Indonesia have supplied us with this upsetting video of a slow loris having its teeth cut for the pet trade. Slow lorises are very cute animals and this is ...

Slow Lorises Rescued from Traffickers

Wildlife Alliance and the Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team find trafficked slow lorises. These lorises were confiscated and taken to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue ...

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 ...

Adorable! Two endangered Sunda slow lorises rescued in southwest China

Two Sunda slow lorises, which are listed as an endangered species, are rescued in southwest China's Yunnan Province. They will be released into the wild ...

El Paso Zoo Releases Photos of Twin Pygmy Slow Lorises

On April 26th, the El Paso Zoo become home to two pygmy slow lorises. The tiny critters are twins. Baby zoo animals are always adorable...even the bizarre ...

slow loris with a tiny umbrella

do NOT buy slow lorises and keep them as pets. Here's why http://tgr.ph/gHu4GQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Comments disabled because I dont like...

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