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Critically endangered slow lorises take final step to freedom

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Critically endangered slow lorises take final step to freedom

Critically endangered slow lorises take final step to freedom

After undergoing lengthy rehabilitation at the International Animal Rescuecentre in Indonesia, 10 critically endangered Javan slow lorises have set footin the wild once again.

The four males and six females were moved at night, asthe creatures are nocturnal, to the Mount Sawal Wildlife Reserve in West Java,Indonesia.

The lorises must pass through the habituation process before theycan finally be set free.


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