An original painting by Stanley Port.
Acrylics on Board: 25 x 30 cm
This painting is Not for SALE
The slow loris is a nocturnal mammal from southeast Asia, in areas from Bangladesh and NE India to Indonesia and the Phillippines. It is a slow mover and a deliberate climber, making very little noise. It forages during most of the night and sleeps most of the day. The slow loris has round head, narrow snout and big eyes. It has a toxic bite – the toxin is obtained by licking a gland on its arm.