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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pygmy_slow_loris

The pygmy slow loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus) is a species of slow loris found east of the Mekong River in Vietnam, Laos, eastern Cambodia, and China. It occurs in a variety of forest habitats, including tropical dry forests, semi-evergreen, and evergreen forests. The animal is nocturnal and arboreal, crawling along branches ...

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

Pygmy slow lorises are one of two species of loris maintained at the Lemur Center (the other is the slow loris). Both of these species are members of the family Lorisidae which includes lorises, galagos and pottos and consists of 9 genera and over 25 species found in Africa south of the Sahara, southern India, Sri Lanka, ...

www.lpzoo.org/animal/pygmy-slow-loris

The pygmy slow loris is found in the secondary forests of many different countries including Vietnam, Laos, China, Thailand, and parts of Cambodia. This species is closely related to the slow loris, and they share this geographic range. Indeed, some scientists consider the pygmy slow loris to be similar enough to the slow ...

www.iucnredlist.org/details/14941/0

Taxonomic Notes: The form intermedius is here considered a synonym of N. pygmaeus. There is no evidence of hybridization, either in the wild or in museum specimens, between N. bengalensis and N. pygmaeus from localities where the two are sympatric.

animaldiversity.org/accounts/Nycticebus_pygmaeus

Pygmy slow lorises measure 15 to 25 cm in length and weigh from 120 to over 500 g (average 400 g). Males are generally larger than females. Members of this species can retard their growth if environmental conditions are not favorable. If their diet is restricted, they lose their juvenile fur and attain adult dentition before  ...

www.arkive.org/pygmy-loris/nycticebus-pygmaeus

Unlike many other primates, lorises do not possess a tail to assist with moving through their forest habitat, but instead a special arrangement of muscles in the hands and feet enable an effortless and powerful grasp, allowing the pygmy loris to grip tightly to a branch at lofty heights all day. Also known as: lesser slow loris,  ...

www.animalspot.net/pygmy-slow-loris.html

What do pygmy slow loris look like, where do they live, what do they eat, how long do they live, predators, adaptations, conservation status.

www.untamedscience.com/biodiversity/pygmy-slow-loris

A Rare Primate. The Pygmy Slow Loris is one of three species of slow lorises that exist today. All are quite rare, and this species is no exception. It's found in dry tropical forests in Vietnam, Laos, China, and Cambodia. According to scientists at the San Diego Zoo there are about 72,000 species in the wild and as of 2006, ...

animalia.bio/pygmy-slow-loris

Basic facts about Pygmy Slow Loris: lifespan, distribution and habitat map, lifestyle and social behavior, mating habits, diet and nutrition, population size and status.