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Joseph Smit’s 1904 illustration of loris types. 

vertiginious:

Joseph Smit’s 1904 illustration of loris types. 

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    The Slow Loris. Nocturnal Venomous Endangered Not a pet Help cute animals, they’re not as smart as the ugly ones.
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    Faces of Lorises (1904) – Joseph Smit (Dutch, 1836–1929)
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