The "Sunda Slow Loris."  ~  "I'm Just Holding on!"  (Native to Indonesia, Western Malaysia, Southern Thailand and Singapore. The Common Name for it in Indonesia is: "KuKang.")       ✿⊱╮                              Photo By: Frenki_Jung on 500px.

The "Sunda Slow Loris." ~ "I'm Just Holding on!" (Native to Indonesia, Western Malaysia, Southern Thailand and Singapore.") Aww just look at this beautiful beautiful Loris

PYGMY SLOW LORIS....found in tropical rainforest, scrub forests, semi-deciduous forest, swamps, suburban gardens in India, southeast Asian and Sri Lanka.....a body length of 7 – 15 inches including tail and a weight of 9 ounces to 4.6 pounds....can hang from the branch (attached by its feet) for hours.....the only known "poisonous" primate

The foraging strategy and dietary habits of the pygmy slow loris are not unlike those of its larger relative, the slow loris. The animal is a nocturnal .

Cutting Costs on Vet Bills and Pet Supplies

Cutting Costs on Vet Bills and Pet Supplies

slow loris... (adorable animal that should not, NOT be kept as a pet..the capture and sale of these animals is inhumane)

Sadly the Slow Loris is becoming quite rare in the wild due to it being traded as a pet. These beautiful nocturnal creatures are not suitable pets, please let them be free.

When you watch a slow loris eat sticky rice, you think, “I want to snuggle-cuddle that slow loris forever and ever.” | You Should Actually Fear All These Cute Animals

Community Post: You Should Actually Fear All These Cute Animals

When you watch a slow loris eat sticky rice, you think, “I want to snuggle-cuddle that slow loris forever and ever.

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Dream pet - Rare pygmy slow loris twins, actually got to hold one once!

As of 2010, the genus Nycticebus consists of four species: Pygmy slow loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus), Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus), Sunda slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) and Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis). The Javan slow loris was previously recognized as a subspecies but has since been elevated to species status. These prosimians are found in different parts of Southeast Asia.

The Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) is a strepsirrhine primate and a…

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