Have You Ever Even Seen a Sloth With a Tiny Umbrella?
Slow Lorises Make Slow Passionate Love
Slow Lorises Have a Toxic Bite
Their Slow Metabolism Enables Slow Lorises to Eliminate Toxins from Their Food and Eat Food Fatal to Humans
Pygmy Slow Lorises Usually Give Birth to Twins
The Eyes of Slow Lorises Are Large and Have a Reflective Layer to Help Them See Better at Night
Magical Powers Attributed to Slow Lorises Include That a Slow Loris Buried Under Your House Will Bring Good Luck and That Their Meat is an Aphrodisiac
"Loris" Probably Comes from the Dutch Name "Loeris," Which Means "Clown"
In the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries, People in Borneo Believed That Slow Lorises Were the Gatekeepers for the Heavens and That Each Person Had a Personal Slow Loris Waiting for Them in the Afterlife
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