Slow lorises are a group of several species of nocturnal strepsirrhine primates
which make up ... All slow lorises are threatened by the wildlife trade and habitat
loss. Their habitat is rapidly dis...
Recorded slow loris body masses are N. bengalensis (1134-1605g ... HABITAT.
Reflecting their large distribution overall, slow lorises are found in a range of ...
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 ...
Habitat. Sunda slow lorises mainly inhabit primary and secondary tropical
lowland forests. They have also been found in each of the following habitats:
Greater slow loris habitat. This arboreal primate occurs mainly in primary and
secondary tropical lowland forests, up to elevations of 1,300 metres. The greater
Extensive habitat loss and fragmentation threaten the Javan Slow Loris
throughout its range. In comparison to other Indonesian slow lorises, N. javanicus
Slow lorises are a group of primates from southeast Asia and possess a very rare
trait for a mammal – a toxic bite. This provides defence from predators and ...
Populations of this small primate are declining because their forest habitats are
being ... It superficially resembles the Asian slow loris (Nycticebus coucang).
Slender loris is an endangered species while the whole family of slow lorises is ...
of lorises dropped drastically in the last couple of years due to habitat loss and ...
Less than a foot long, the pygmy slow loris is most recognized for its huge eyes,
... Habitat. Pygmy slow lorises are found in the thickest vegetation of tropical ...