Slow loris loves getting tickled

The look on the face of this tickled slow loris is priceless :D

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+31 1. Babinizats commented 12 years ago

I want one! :D
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+24 2. Yenrich commented 12 years ago

This is the new Madagascar 3!! The King is back and hes being tickled!!
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+7 3. mikesufc commented 12 years ago

Oh my god that is the best animal in the world! He just lurrrrrves getting the tickles!
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+1 4. w333zy1 commented 12 years ago

Anyone know where abouts i can find one as a pet? lol

i got a feeling my local spca will do much help.
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+4 5. moskwiz commented 12 years ago

I hope you guys are kidding, this is one endangered little animal and after all the hunting it's had to endure on the count of of Asian traditional medicine purposes, if the West started hunting them as pets they would go extinct in months :|
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+2 6. minkki commented 12 years ago

Now I can atleast give a real monkeyhead :(|)
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+3 7. chrysbbb commented 12 years ago

he is so cute :D
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-1 8. Smurfed commented 12 years ago

#5 chill bruv, I really want one but i'm not exactly gonna go out and get one and I doubt any1 else will(if any of you do get one, let me know where you got it, the things so dam cute)
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+4 9. garshooba commented 12 years ago

soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute I want one :*

i remember madagascar - i like to move it move it
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+1 10. MsZoomy commented 12 years ago

Yeah!!
2 Monkey Heads!!!
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0 11. caives commented 12 years ago

Super Cool Dude!
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0 12. SpikedSilver commented 12 years ago

theres only one deciding question, are they breeding in captivity. there just needs to be a fair agreement, for each new pet, one animal is released to the wild. better a couple is released to the wild. i guess it could work.
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0 13. mangycur commented 12 years ago

Thats therapy!! no worries!!!
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0 14. ZaMpTi commented 12 years ago

reminds me of Wall-E
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+1 15. moskwiz commented 12 years ago

Yeh #12 .. try pushing that law in the third world countries where the animals live.. As soon as a poacher learns that there is a demand for these animals in the West, they will be hunted like rats :)

And btw, lori's don't breed well in captivity as they are nocturnal creatures with rather peculiar lifestyles
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0 16. Irvin commented 7 years ago

If the west or anywhere else for that matter starts "hunting" them as pets they might actually survived, only wild animals get hunts to extinction.

The mere act of adopting a specie as a pet or as regular food source will put it into domestication which in turn taking it off the extinction list.

You don't see cats, dogs, cows, sheeps, horse or pigs being endanger of going extinct.
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-1 17. elentir commented 7 years ago

This animal is in a defensive position and is not enjoying this 'tickling'. It secretes venom from its underarms which it combines with its saliva to deliver in a bite. This particular animal also had its teeth clipped to prevent biting. These are wild animals and not pets. See the following article for more info: http://www.onearth.org/articles/2013/09/hey-youtube-rihanna-stop-promoting-the-illegal-pet-trade-loris