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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow_loris

Slow lorises are a group of several species of nocturnal strepsirrhine primates that make up the ..... slow lorises are polygynandrous. Infants are either parked on branches while their parents find food or else are carried by one of the parents .

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Sunda slow lorises are dietary generalists, feeding on saps, gums, nectars, stems , fruits and occasionally arthropods such as ...

lemur.duke.edu/discover/meet-the-lemurs/slow-loris

Slow lorises are one of three species of loris maintained at the Lemur Center (the ... prey items are a valuable food item also (making up about 30% of the diet).

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Documented predators of the slow loris include snakes, Sumatran orangutans, and the crested hawk-eagle.Potential predators include sun bears, cats.

web.missouri.edu/~flinnm/courses/mah/factfiles/slowloris.htm

Physical Description: The Slow Loris shows little sexual dimorphism, therefore the heights of ... and begin weaning at nine months, although they can cat solid food as soon as ten days after birth. ... http:/www.duke.edu/web/primate/slowlor. html.

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Jun 17, 2015 ... The suffering of slow lorises in the pet trade begins long before they ... conditions are inhumane, boiling hot, and cruel, with no proper food fed ...

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Other names: N. bengalensis: N. cinereus, N. incanus, N. tenasserimensis, Bengal slow loris, Bengal loris, northern slow loris; N. coucang: N. brachycephalus, ...

www.brookes.ac.uk/microsites/the-slow-loris/slow-loris-facts

Lorises are small to medium-sized primates which range in weight from 103 g to 2100 g; They have a range of habitats over a vast area of southern and ...

jvat.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1678-9199-19-21

Sep 27, 2013 ... We examine four hypotheses for the function of slow loris venom. .... Sequencing of the α/β-chains showed that the loris brachial gland peptide is .... a period of seasonal torpor during periods of food scarcity [10]; travelling and ...

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We examine four hypotheses for the function of slow loris venom. .... (A) Comparison between the pygmy loris α-chain sequence and members from each ... rule out the possibility that they sequester secondary compounds from certain foods.