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Lesser Slow Loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus)
The Lesser Slow Loris is a mammal which can clampo onto
branches for long periods of time. To help it do this, the Loris
has a network of blood vessels, called rete mirabile in its forearms
It is a small mammal which is 7-10 in. long (175-250mm) and can
weigh as much as 12 ounces or 340 grams. Being nocturnal the
Loris has large round eyes. The Loris has no tail but has broad
grasping feet. On its second toe it has a sharp claw. It also has an
enlarged thumb and a reduced index finger.
The Lesser Slow Loris is a plump animal with soft, thick fur ranging
in colour from light brownish-grey to deep reddish-brown with a dark
stripe down the back and neck. It has a long snout with comb-like front
teeth which are used in grooming.
It is found in Southern Asia, Vietnam, Borneo and Sumatra. As it is
tree-living, it is restricted to tropical rain forests. The diet of the
Loris is made up of fruit and leaves, tender shoots, insects,birds,
small mammals and reptiles. It is nocturnal and sleeps by day
rolled up in a ball.
The Loris a solitary animal which belongs to the family of Lorisidea
bush baby and potto. It is a very slow but deliberate climber. An
interesting fact about the Lesser Slow Loris is that it has a single-