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loris- i would love to pet one...i love these animals

Say goodbye to Seattle’s slow loris, bush babies, and other nocturnal animals

The Slow Loris: These adorable litte creatures have an iron stomach! They will eat insects that no other animal would dream of touching! But the trafficking of the slow loris is awful.

Slow Loris babies

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

Earth Pics ‏@Earth Pics   This is an Inari Fox

Inari Foxes - Oh My Gosh. It looks like Mort from Madagascar! So cute! I want it! I want it! I want it! I want it! I want it!

The long-eared jerboa is a nocturnal, jumping rodent that feeds mainly on insects, and lives in the Gobi desert of southern Mongolia and northern China.

A Long-eared Jerboa is a hopping desert rodent.The Long-eared Jerboa, Euchoreutes naso, is a nocturnal mouse-like rodent with a long tail, long hind legs for jumping, and exceptionally large ears.

33 Animals who are extremely disappointed in you. This slow loris is wondering whether you really needed to write that tweet.

33 Animals Who Are Extremely Disappointed In You

Asia | The Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) is the subject of the first long-term study and conservation project of the poisonous primates. Status: Critically Endangered. Range: Three provinces in Indonesia. Population: Unknown; severely fragmented and believed to be decreasing. Slow lorises are arboreal primates that move quadrupedally between branches. They are nocturnal and omnivorous, feeding on plant matter and insects.

Asia | The Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) is the subject of the first long-term study and conservation project of the poisonous primates. Status: Critically Endangered. Range: Three provinces in Indonesia. Population: Unknown; severely fragmented and believed to be decreasing. Slow lorises are arboreal primates that move quadrupedally between branches. They are nocturnal and omnivorous, feeding on plant matter and insects.

Mouse Lemur

A new species of mouse lemur—one of the world's smallest primates—is photographed in Madagascar. (Photo by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic)

New slow loris found in Borneo. All together now. "Awwwww..."

Odd new primate species discovered

© Sham Jolimie Slow lorises are victims of the illegal pet trade, superstition and sadly of their own cuteness. Their sharp teeth are removed before they are sold. Their body parts are used in traditional medicine.

bengal slow loris

Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) is a strepsirrhine primate and native to the Indian subcontinent and Indochina.

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 .

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Whenever anyone feels bad ever they should watch this clip:  Slow Loris Eating Rice ball

Slow Loris Eating Rice ball, seriously one of the cutest things ever

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