Pygmy slow loris
Less than a foot long, the pygmy slow loris is most recognized for its huge eyes, which it employs to spot prey at night. The short, brown/gray coat will vary by individual. Opposable thumbs and strong hands and feet are used to climb trees, which the pygmy slow loris does—naturally—at a slow pace.
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