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Соскучился🤗did you miss me Понравилось?! Ставь ♥️ Отмечай друзей👥 Оставляй свои вопросы и комментарии📝 ⚠️Подписывайся на @im.loris если хочешь видеть больше🤗 Give me ♥️ or leave your comment and tag friends if you liked this 🤗! ⚠️follow @im.loris to see more posts♥️ #imloris #loris #monkey #lemur
Hello😊 #imloris #loris #monkey
Человек,настало время почесалок⚠️ Что вы знаете о лори?🤔 #imloris #loris #lorises #лемуры #медленныйлори #толстыйлори
Кайф так выглядит?🙃 Многие ли читали статьи про лори и какие?🤔 #imloris #loris #lorises
Я тоже люблю вкусно поесть😇 Also I like to eat tasty😊 #imloris
Забота🐵 care😊 #imloris
Привет и добро пожаловать на мою страницу! Меня зовут плюша и я медленный или толстый лори😊 Здесь вы можете наблюдать за мной и моей замечательной жизнью🐵 Если у вас есть вопросы-не стесняйтесь,задавайте! Я с удовольствием на них отвечу🤗 🐵🐵🐵 Hi everybody! You are welcome to my personal page! My name is Plusha and I’m a slow loris😊Here you can watch me and my wonderful life 🐵. Don’t hesitate to ask me questions! I will answer them with a big pleasure🤗 #imloris
С чего начать... Пожалуй с того,что меня зовут плюша🙃 Я крайне любопытный и очень контактный и не такой простой, как может показаться с первого взгляда! #imloris
🐒🐒🐒#Apes , #humans , #monkeys and #prosimians (such as #lemurs and #lorises ) make up the 234 species of PRIMATES, which all share a single common ancestor - a small, tree-dwelling mammal that subsisted on fruit and insects. 🐒🐒🐒. #naturephoto #naturephotographer #wildlifephotography #wildlifephoto ❤️ #love #animals #natgeo #nature #wildlife #primates #forest #trees #biology #conservation #hippie #biohippie @natgeo #naturephotography #naturephoto #wildlifephotography #photography #amateurphotography #wilderness #truth #awareness #monkeys
Pu'er Sun River National Park, Yunnan: 2 Slow lorises waking up at dusk. Lorises are the only venomous primates in the world. This image is from China's Wild Side. #Lorises #NatGeoWildlife
#rePLANOLY @nytimestravel ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There are 30 national parks in #Vietnam , a country a bit larger than New Mexico, and about as many kinds of #animals as in those pre-eminent safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania. In fact, hundreds of new-to-science species of #plants and #animals have been discovered in Vietnam during the last three decades, and more are recorded each year. Vietnam’s #forests shelter two dozen species of primates — #gibbons , #macaques , #lorises and #langurs , often in colors that make the human tribe look banal by contrast. Despite the country’s status a hot spot of biological diversity, local and international #conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to #animalgenocide . Above, #MuaCave , Tam Coc, is not far from a park where Stephen Nash, the author, saw hundreds of #herons and #storks . Read more about the conservation efforts in Vietnam at nytimes.com/travel. Photo by davidterrazas_photo. #vietnam 🇻🇳
Vietnam’s Empty Forests: The Asian nation is a hot spot of biological diversity, but local and international conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to animal genocide. Nearly all of the primate species are at risk for extinction. The Dao Tien Endangered Primate Species Centre, on an island a few minutes downriver, can show visitors several species, including gloriously exuberant gibbons that careen through the high tree canopy. At times they commence a sudden, nearly deafening concert. It sounds like a symphony of demented slide-whistles, sirens and the world’s loudest theremins. Gibbon song betrays the locations of these, our kindred species, to hunters in the national park across the river. They are sometimes shot out of the trees over there, and sold to be eaten in the cities. “Every day we all wake up and say, ‘do we have time? Do any of these species have time? Are we just fighting a war that we’ve already lost?’” said Quyen Vu, the executive director of Education for Nature-Vietnam. “But if we don’t fight, then we definitely have lost.” https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/01/travel/vietnam-wildlife-species-ecotravel-tourism.html 📷: David Rama Terrazas Morales @nytimes (pictured is a red-shanked douc langur portrait and Hatinh langur family)
Something I haven't done in awhile but realized I still enjoy is drawing animals. Here are a couple fat tailed dwarf lemur sketches. Prosimians like #lemurs and #Lorises are some of my favorite mammals. I even went to the Duke Lemur Center in North Carolina last year to do a tour. #prosimian #lemur #fattaileddwarflemur #dukelemurcenter #cutemammals #cuteanimal #primate #animaldrawings
There are 30 national parks in #Vietnam , a country a bit larger than New Mexico, and about as many kinds of #animals as in those pre-eminent safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania. In fact, hundreds of new-to-science species of #plants and animals have been discovered in Vietnam during the last three decades, and more are recorded each year. Vietnam’s #forests shelter two dozen species of primates — #gibbons , #macaques , #lorises and #langurs , often in colors that make the human tribe look banal by contrast. Despite the country’s status a hot spot of biological diversity, local and international #conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to #animalgenocide . The area surrounding the #BichDongPagoda in #TamCoc is rich in #birdlife , but #development remains a threat. Read more about the conservation efforts in Vietnam at nytimes.com/travel. Photo by @davidterrazas_photo.
There are 30 national parks in #Vietnam , a country a bit larger than New Mexico, and about as many kinds of #animals as in those pre-eminent safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania. In fact, hundreds of new-to-science species of #plants and animals have been discovered in Vietnam during the last three decades, and more are recorded each year. Vietnam’s #forests shelter two dozen species of primates — #gibbons , #macaques , #lorises and #langurs , often in colors that make the human tribe look banal by contrast. Despite the country’s status a hot spot of biological diversity, local and international #conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to #animalgenocide . Above, a close-up of one of the many #flower species at the #gardens of the @tamcocgarden.resort. Read more about the conservation efforts in Vietnam at nytimes.com/travel. Photo by @davidterrazas_photo.
@nytimestravel just took our breath away with this moment in Vietnam... ... Posted @withrepost@nytimestravel There are 30 national parks in #Vietnam , a country a bit larger than New Mexico, and about as many kinds of #animals as in those pre-eminent safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania. In fact, hundreds of new-to-science species of #plants and #animals have been discovered in Vietnam during the last three decades, and more are recorded each year. Vietnam’s #forests shelter two dozen species of primates — #gibbons , #macaques , #lorises and #langurs , often in colors that make the human tribe look banal by contrast. Despite the country’s status a hot spot of biological diversity, local and international #conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to #animalgenocide . Above, #MuaCave , Tam Coc, is not far from a park where Stephen Nash, the author, saw hundreds of #herons and #storks . Read more about the conservation efforts in Vietnam at nytimes.com/travel. Photo by @davidterrazas_photo. #vietnam 🇻🇳 ... #travel #travelgoals #traveldiary #ohtheplacesyoullgo
There are 30 national parks in #Vietnam , a country a bit larger than New Mexico, and about as many kinds of #animals as in those pre-eminent safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania. In fact, hundreds of new-to-science species of #plants and animals have been discovered in Vietnam during the last three decades, and more are recorded each year. Vietnam’s #forests shelter two dozen species of primates — #gibbons , #macaques , #lorises and #langurs , often in colors that make the human tribe look banal by contrast. Despite the country’s status a hot spot of biological diversity, local and international #conservation groups are struggling to halt what amounts to #animalgenocide . Above, #MuaCave , Tam Coc, is not far from a park where Stephen Nash, the author, saw hundreds of #herons and #storks . Read more about the conservation efforts in Vietnam at nytimes.com/travel. Photo by @davidterrazas_photo. #vietnam 🇻🇳
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