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The slow loris is classified as vulnerable by being under threat from an illegal pet trade racket, despite being protected by law from international and commercial trade.
We are excited for our slow loris family, and even more excited that our visitors will be able to see them grow up in the Rainforest Pyramid.
So far, the rehabilitation center is not having much luck with the slow loris because the animals' teeth, which contain venom, have been pulled out.
The slow loris is a small and slow-moving species of monkey indigenous to Southeast Asia, weighs around 1 kilogram and measures about 25-30 centimeters in length.
htm) protected animals after posting Instagram photos of her with a slow loris in September.
The 25-year old Barbadian recording artist who was on a break from her 'Diamonds World Tour' in Phuket, posted a link on Twitter to an Instagram photo that showed her in sunglasses snuggling up to a furry primate called the slow loris, with a message saying "Look who was talkin dirty to me
Academics from Cardiff University's School of Biosciences are monitoring the rare Bornean slow loris on the Malaysian island, in an effort to learn more about the elusive creature.
Team members are involved in a wide range of activities, for example sponsoring organisations such as the Primate Society of Great Britain which has helped to fund research into endangered species like the tarsier and slow loris in Asia.
The wheels of the international racing community make the slow loris look like a cheetah.
GALVESTON, Texas, April 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Moody Gardens is proud to introduce pygmy slow loris twins born on March 22.
Seven species of non-human primates including stump-tailed macaque and Slow Loris, Hoolok Gibbons, Carped Langurs, Assamese Macaques and Rhesus Macaques.
She has posted images of herself apparently smoking cannabis and holding a protected animal called a slow loris.