3.Adaptions-The slender loris is a small, nocturnal primate found only in the tropical rainforests of Southern India and Sri Lanka.
4.environment-The Slender loris inhabits tropical rainforests, scrub forests, semi-deciduous forests and swamps. The Red Slender Loris favours lowland rainforests (up to 700 metres in altitude).
5.body features -The Slender Loris is sometimes referred to as the ‘Red’ Slender Loris and is closely related to the Gray Loris. Slightly smaller than its cousin the Slender Loris has a face which is dominated by its massive eyes which help with the ability to see at night which is essential when hunting because the Slender Loris is nocturnal doing all of its hunting at night.
6.method of reproduction -Reproductive success is to have fertile offspring. It is important so one's child can continue to reproduce. If we did not have reproductive success, the human race would be extinct. There are two types of reproduction. The first is asexual which is reproduction with only one organism. Most plants and unicellular organisms reproduce asexually. The four types of asexual reproduction are budding, vegetative propagation, binary fission, and fragmentation. The second type of reproduction is sexual, which involves one male and one female. Sexual reproduction forms gametes, while asexual reproduction does not.
7.life span-They can live to be 25 years old.