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A new species of primate, a “big-eyed” and venomous slow loris, has been identified in Borneo by researchers. But the new loris is already under threat from the Asian pet trade in part because its “teddy-bear face” make it attractive for illegal poaching, the team of UK and US scientists said.
Photograph: Duke Lemur Center / David Haring / Ch’ien C Lee
My brother is moving to Borneo. Maybe I’ll see one of these when I visit him next year.
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