Intermediate Slow Loris
Nycticebus intermedous


  Habitat: tropical and sub-tropical forests

  Feeding habits: catch its prey or pick up fruits with its hands in tree trunks or in branches

  Food: wild fruits, young leaves of vegetations, insects and small birds.

  Size: with a body length of 20-25 cm and a weight of about 250 -300 g. 

  Habits: similar with those of Slow loris. Since it is smaller in size, it is commonly called "small lazy macaque". Its distribution in China was not found until 1978.

  Category: mammalia, primates, slender loris

  Distribution: only in South of Yunnan.

  Level of protection: class I key state protection animal of China