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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.

Sunda Slow Loris

Sunda Slow Loris

Sunda Slow Loris
Photos by: Hendy Mp

What big eyes you have!
By Karakal
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Karakal says: "My sweet little baby cornsnake, Tizwoz. He always looks so worried, the poor little mite!"

I might be nervous too if I was such a tiny snake in such a big world! Hang in there, Tizwoz, it'll get better as you get older.

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Roxy
By Sonya
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Sonya says: "This is Roxy, my 8-week-old female sugar glider. She's licking the mineral powder off of her apple slice."

Apple slices AND mineral powder? Roxy is one lucky sugar glider!

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