Pangolins and Purple Herons
It's hard to see slow lorises. They move slowly, usually at night, and spend most of their time up in trees. They often hang upside down, holding onto a branch with their feet while they use both hands to eat.
Learn about the slow loris and 28 other animals of Laos, from crocodiles and chickens to sambars and the crested argus. This is a smaller, full-color edition of our Lao Animals Coloring Book.
by Uncle Sasha, illustrated by Gikong
This book was made possible with support from John & Jean Burton of the United States. Thank you!
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