Facts About Slow Loris
Slow Loris is not a monkey or an apes. It is one types of primates known as prosimians. The history of prosimian began about 65 million years ago. That is at the end of the dinosaur era.
Slow Loris is active at night (nocturnal animals). It can be found in Southeast Asia and its borders.
Slow Loris has a round head, a narrow snout and large eyes. Their arms and legs are almost equal in length. It also has a variety of distinctive coloration patterns that are species-dependent.
Slow Loris has no specific breeding season. The gestation period is approximately 193 days. Usually give birth to one baby. Sometimes two. Its lifespan is 14 - 20 years.
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