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WHAT IS THIS ?

  • Lordgaga
  • uploaded: Apr 23, 2009
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  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga May 18, 2009 6:21:33 AM CEST

    How much you know!!!

  • Ninammam#

    Ninammam May 18, 2009 1:50:40 AM CEST

    Awwww... Just the cutest!!!! all lorises, slow lorises are nocturnal and arboreal animals that prefer the tops of the trees, occurring mostly in tropical/subtropical rain forests and bamboo thickets. They have slow, deliberate movements and a powerful grasp that makes them very difficult to remove from branches, especially because they only remove (at most) one limb from the branch at any given moment. They live as solitaries or in small family groups, and mark their territory with urine. Lorises whistle loudly to each other, using a single note, while foraging. they need trees to clim on to sleep and they are nocturnal

  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga April 24, 2009 12:54:51 PM CEST

    No it is his grandson!

  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga April 24, 2009 12:33:33 PM CEST

    I think it is called Lemure. I love it too.

  • Earthwalker#

    Earthwalker April 24, 2009 8:22:17 AM CEST

    I don´t know what it is, but I just love it :) Look, how the creature trusts these people. A great video.

  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga April 24, 2009 7:32:51 AM CEST

    It's a rare kind of ape very difficult to have as a pet.

  • Mykiki123#

    Mykiki123 April 24, 2009 7:09:36 AM CEST

    what is it i want one!!!

  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga April 24, 2009 6:14:55 AM CEST

    I shall not post files on this SIGHT as you write. I shall post on this SITE. You moron.

  • Unknown360#

    Unknown360 April 24, 2009 3:31:28 AM CEST

    is that Zaboomafoos son?

  • Bakamon#

    Bakamon April 24, 2009 3:12:29 AM CEST

    A slow loris is considered to be endangered. Also keeping a Loris is extremely difficult since one of its daily rituals is to "mark" their territory. The smell alone would offend most. Try having guests over for dinner... you can just tell than its "a rare jujibee orange sunfire coffee extract we just bought from india on our last expedition...." the hippies might buy it :)



 
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