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Animals That Are Almost Extinct | Super-cute new primate species is already almost extinct | Grist

Animals That Are Almost Extinct | Super-cute new primate species is already almost extinct | Grist

Lemur | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Lemur | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Berberse leeuw      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL7Ym-duNow  Katten | Tsjok's blog

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Berberse leeuw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL7Ym-duNow Katten | Tsjok's blog

The Greater slow loris or Sunda slow loris is a species and a strepsirhini primate of slow loris native to Indonesia, southern Thailand, western Malaysia and Singapore. It measures 11 to 15 inch from head to tail and weighs between 599g to 685g. Like other slow lorises, it has a round head, a wet nose, a flat face, small ears hidden in thick fur, large eyes and a vestigial tail.

The Sunda Slow Loris Will Melt Your Heart With Fuzz

The Greater slow loris or Sunda slow loris is a species and a strepsirhini primate of slow loris native to Indonesia, southern Thailand, western Malaysia and Singapore. It measures 11 to 15 inch from head to tail and weighs between 599g to 685g. Like other slow lorises, it has a round head, a wet nose, a flat face, small ears hidden in thick fur, large eyes and a vestigial tail.

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Ten extinct animals that have been rediscovered - Chacoan Peccary

Ten extinct animals that have been rediscovered

Ten extinct animals that have been rediscovered - Chacoan Peccary

Filipijns spookdier

Filipijns spookdier

N. kayan, a new slow loris species. Photo by Ch'ien C. Lee via scientificamerican: Despite its adorable appearance, the loris is not entirely helpless and indeed possesses a gland on its arm that produces toxins which are activated by the animal's saliva and are transferred by bite. All previously recognized Slow Lorises are listed on the IUCN Red List as vulnerable or endangered due to of loss of rainforest habitat, and the illegal trade for pets and for traditional medicine. #Slow_Loris

PHOTO: The Newly Discovered Primate With A Face Mask And Toxic Bite

N. kayan, a new slow loris species. Photo by Ch'ien C. Lee via scientificamerican: Despite its adorable appearance, the loris is not entirely helpless and indeed possesses a gland on its arm that produces toxins which are activated by the animal's saliva and are transferred by bite. All previously recognized Slow Lorises are listed on the IUCN Red List as vulnerable or endangered due to of loss of rainforest habitat, and the illegal trade for pets and for traditional medicine. #Slow_Loris

#DidYouKnow that the Slow Loris is the only poisonous primate. | Twitter: @frontiergap | www.frontiergap.com | blog.frontiergap.com | #slowloris #primate #animalfact #animal #species #conservation

#DidYouKnow that the Slow Loris is the only poisonous primate. | Twitter: @frontiergap | www.frontiergap.com | blog.frontiergap.com | #slowloris #primate #animalfact #animal #species #conservation

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