The two species of slow loris, Nycticebus pygmaeus and Nycticebus coucang, are both native to southeast Asia. This nocturnal primate lives an arboreal life high above the forest floor. Slow loris are omnivores and will eat snails, insects, small vertebrates and fruits. The slow loris gets its name from its slow, deliberate movement, but can be surprisingly quick when grabbing prey.
Skull Length: 6.4cm (2.5in)
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