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| rowspan=8 | The gray slender loris (Loris bydekkerianus) is a strepsirrhine primate in family Lorisidae. It is found in the tropical and subtropical forests of India and Sri Lanka. The limbs are gracile, and the eyes large. The muzzle is not as narrow and pointed as the red slender loris (L. tardigradus) which is also smaller. The index finger is reduced, allowing it to cling to small branches. Its diet is mainly insects and leaves.
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| rowspan=8 | The gray slender loris (Loris lydekkerianus) is a strepsirrhine primate in family Lorisidae. It is found in the tropical and subtropical forests of India and Sri Lanka. The limbs are gracile, and the eyes large. The muzzle is not as narrow and pointed as the red slender loris (L. tardigradus) which is also smaller. The index finger is reduced, allowing it to cling to small branches. Its diet is mainly insects and leaves.
  
For more information, visit the [https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_slender_lori Wikipedia entry].
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For more information, visit the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_slender_loris Wikipedia entry].
  
 
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phylum Chordata The gray slender loris (Loris lydekkerianus) is a strepsirrhine primate in family Lorisidae. It is found in the tropical and subtropical forests of India and Sri Lanka. The limbs are gracile, and the eyes large. The muzzle is not as narrow and pointed as the red slender loris (L. tardigradus) which is also smaller. The index finger is reduced, allowing it to cling to small branches. Its diet is mainly insects and leaves.

For more information, visit the Wikipedia entry.

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class Mammalia
infraclass Eutheria
order Primates
suborder Strepsirrhini
family Lorisidae
genus Loris
species L. lydekkerianus