Distribution: southern areas of China's Yunnan and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Southeast Asia to Indonesia.
The body lengths of the Slow Loris is 26-38cm, with a l-2cm tail; they weigh 1-2kg. Their habitats are primitive forests in tropical and sub-tropical areas. Living on trees, they are nocturnal animals that move slowly. They feed on wild fruits and insects, but also eat fledglings and birds' eggs. The Slow Loris is a solitary animal and lives with others only during the mating season. The normal lifespan is 12-14 years.
They are listed as first grade nationally protected animals in China.