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Slow Loris

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  • English
Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
General, Juvenile Fiction, Children"s 4-8 - Picturebooks, Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fi
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9773532M
ISBN 100606260633
ISBN 139780606260633

Slow Loris is a very different book to most of the books in my daughter's collection, but it is moving and humorous. The storyline has a moral (don't judge people on first impressions)and the text is skilfully written/5(11).

Slow Loris is a book about a Loris at a zoo that is called slow because he moves very slow, takes a long time to complete a task, and sleeps all day. However, the other animals quickly discover that Loris is slow because he is up all night doing wild and fun things/5. Slow Loris is a very different book to most of the books in my daughter's collection, but it is moving and humorous.

The storyline has a moral (don't judge people on first impressions)and the text is skilfully written/5(23). Slow Loris [Alexis Deacon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Slow Loris: Alexis Deacon: : Books Skip to main content/5(23). Buy this book A seemingly lethargic lemur proves appearances can deceive in this amusing tale.

British newcomer Deacon subtly draws readers into Loris's supposedly sluggish zoo existence by using. Slow lorises Subtitle This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.

Synopsis Author Slow Loris was a slow loris and he was very slow. He lived in a zoo. The visitors thought him boring. A small safe, made from an old book.

The idea is widely known, from various spy movies, crime series, literature and so on. Now I figured I wanted to try it. A while back I got a bag of old books, for free, through a Facebook page, and didn’t know what to do with them.

Some of the books I want to read, others I really don’t want to read. Slow lorises (genus Nycticebus) are a group of primates from southeast Asia and possess a very rare trait for a mammal – a toxic bite.

This provides defence from predators andmothers also protect their young by licking the toxinonto their fur. Slow lorises are perfectly adapted to life in the trees with special pincer-like hands and feet. Being nocturnal, slow lorises use scent-marking to.

Slow Loris is a very different book to most of the books in my daughter's collection, but it is moving and humorous. The storyline has a moral (don't judge people on first impressions)and the text is skilfully written/5(31).

Between andseveral other slow loris species were described, but in the primatologist William Charles Osman Hill, in his influential book, Primates: Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy, consolidated all the slow lorises into a single species, N.

coucang. - Buy Slow Loris book online at best prices in India on Read Slow Loris book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: Slow loris is part of the WikiProject Biology, an effort to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to biology on Wikipedia.

Leave messages on the WikiProject talk page. This book does not require a rating on the project's quality scale. The book follows Bunga the Javan slow loris and his mother Tereh through their nightly adventures, highlighting their ecology as well as their important roles as natural pest control in agricultural fields and pollinators.

The story of Bunga and Tereh brings home the message of the slow loris as a true froest protector to children.

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"Slow Loris wasn't his real name but that was what everyone called him. A slow loris is just a type of animal. Slow Loris was a slow loris. He really was very slow." In his debut work for children, Deacon reveals the secret nightlife of the lemur-like creature and, in so doing, creates an original allegory about diversity, understanding, and acceptance.

Rendered in mysterious tones Author: Alexis Deacon. The Slow Loris is a group of Lorises in the taxonomic genus are closely related to their sister genus Loris, the Slender ists believe there are eight different species of Slow Loris. The different Slow Loris species are as follows: greater, pygmy, Philippine, Kayan River, Bengal, Bornean, Mangka, and Javan Slow Loris.

Slow Loris was a slow loris, or so everyone believed, until one night when the other animals in the zoo see him doing something unusual. In the zoo, where Slow Loris lives, he's just, well, slow, boring.

It takes him ten minutes to eat a Satsuma and an hour to scratch his bottom. Hardly the most exciting sight at the zoo. But Loris doesn't care. Get this from a library. Slow Loris. [Alexis Deacon] -- Slow Loris lives in a zoo and he is very slow. Everyone thinks he is boring.

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But Slow Loris does not care, because he. Alexis Deacon Picture Book For ages 5 to 7 Kane Miller, ISBN: Slow Loris was an animal, a very slow animal, and he lived in a zoo. He did not particularly like living in a zoo but that was where his home was and there wasn’t much that he could do about it.

Sitting under trees, reading books. The 5th book in the collection is "Slow Loris" by Alexis Deacon and we're indoors under a rubber tree plant because it's SO windy.

Slow Loris is his first children’s book. From the Trade Paperback editionThis text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title/5(20). Other articles where Slow loris is discussed: loris: The eight slow lorises (genus Nycticebus) are more robust and have shorter, stouter limbs, more-rounded snouts, and smaller eyes and ears.

They are found in Indonesia and on the Malay Peninsula. The smallest species (N. pygmaeus), restricted to forests east of the Mekong River, is about See more of SLOW SLOW LORIS on Facebook.

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Are you familiar with the slow loris. I know it sounds like a Dr. Seuss character, but the slow loris is actually a real animal – a tiny primate with big, puppy-dog brown eyes and a round head (so far, nothing in common with me, in case you’re wondering). Slow Loris. 14K likes.

A page for all the Slow Loris lovers, this page were created to put more awarness about the Slow Loris being an exotic and endangered specie. Slow Loris by Alexis Deacon A readable copy.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. However, in Reginald Innes Pocock consolidated all slow lorises into a single species, N. coucang, and in his influential book Primates: Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy, primatologist William Charles Osman Hill also followed this : Mammalia.

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The slow loris has a reduced second finger for gripping and one of the longest tongues of all the primates, which they use to drink nectar; Although the slow loris is a small mammal, their home ranges can be the size of 35 football pitches; The slow loris has a bite so poisonous that its venom can kill.

Currently there is no known cure. Slow lorises. [Quinn M Arnold] -- "Peer into the nocturnal Southeast Asian tropical forests with this high-interest introduction to the venomous primates known as slow lorises"-- Book: All Authors / Contributors: Quinn M Arnold. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:.

- love them very much ^-^. See more ideas about Slow loris, Cute animals and Animals pins.We ship worldwide and accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal. All prices in US dollars. © The Buyolympia Corporation.Venom Nycticebus coucang is one of the two venomous mammals that exist, with the other being the platypus; however, the slow loris is the only venomous primate.

A venomous animal, like the sea snake, typically has direct access to its venom, but it is controversial whether or not the slow loris be called venomous because the venom is only acquired through grooming.