When the Slow Loris from Schleich® WILD LIFE is once again out and about as a nocturnal secret agent and grabs a villain, it uses a secret toxin in the crook of its arm. It sounds like an exciting action film, but it is everyday life for the talented little primate. And with its big eyes, the nocturnal rainforest native can see everything, even in the dark. Impressive isn’t it?
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1,26 x 1,1 x 1,38 inch (W x D x H)
- Schleich® playsets and figurines inspire children to play imaginatively and freely. Even the experts agree!
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- This item is part of the WILD LIFE theme world and is suitable for children aged 3-8.
Slow what? Very few people know the name of our Slow Loris from Schleich® WILD LIFE. Hardly anyone has ever seen one. The clever primate is usually awake at night. Its big eyes help it see everything well, even in the dark. Like a real secret agent. This allows it to effortlessly balance on the highest branches at night without losing track of where it is. And when it grabs a villain, the little primate uses its poison! It’s hidden the crook of their arm. All of this makes it the best secret agent in the rainforest, don’t you agree?
The slow loris is the only primate that produces and uses poison to defend itself.
- Scientific name : Nycticebus
- Global Home : Asia
- Conservation Status : Endangered
- Primary habitat : Forest