Slender lorises usually have a gray or reddish coat. However, this varies according to subspecies. The most distinguishing characteristics are the very long, slender arms and legs. They also have large eyes and ears (Grzimek 1990)...
Slender lorises (Loris) are a genus of loris native to India and Sri Lanka. The
slender loris spends most of its life in trees (arboreal), traveling along the top of ...
The slender loris has extremely thin arms and legs. Its face is dominated by huge
round eyes which give it excellent night vision and enable it to hunt for insects ...
Slender lorises are one of three species of loris maintained at the Lemur Center (
the others are pygmy slow lorises and slow lorises). All three of these species ...
The Slender loris is a small, slender primate with large forward facing eyes used
for precise depth perception. The Slender loris has long slender limbs, a well ...
The slender loris is a small, nocturnal primate found only in the tropical
rainforests of Southern India and Sri Lanka. They are able to live in wet and dry
Taxonomic Notes: This taxon formerly included Loris lydekkerianus, which has
been recently been promoted to full species status (Groves 2001). There is ...
Loris tardigradus (the slender loris) is a strepsirhine primate restricted to the
island of Sri Lanka. (Campbell, et al., 2011; Phillips, 1980; Schulze and Meier, ...
Slender Loris. Loris tardigradus. Classification. There are two subspecies of the
slender loris, and both are endemic to Sri Lanka. Class: Mammalia.
Scientific Name: Loris tardigradus. Commonly found in the tropical scrub and
deciduous forests as well as the dense hedgerow plantations bordering