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[challenge entry] all new adventures of fire loris
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:09, archived)
# Woo,
and Yay.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:11, archived)
# loris!
lorises make me happy!
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:11, archived)
# Woos and Yays in abundance!
but could you just sllloooow it doooown a smidge?
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:11, archived)
# slow it down -
but its an Emergency loris!!!!!!!!!!
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:14, archived)
# heheheheehehehe
I love it :)
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:12, archived)
# We saw Lorises
at the zoo. They're ace. I like their names: Slow Loris, Fast Loris, Slender Loris.
Red Loris Yellow Loris Red Loris Yellow Loris Red Loris Yellow Loris Red Loris Yellow Loris...
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:15, archived)
# was there a fast loris?
I thought it said "fast loris" on the description of the slow loris as a funny joke, because sometimes they are quite fast.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:23, archived)
# they're cute
but i often get them mixed up with sloths. are lorises really slow as well, or are they more monkey like?
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:23, archived)
# Much smaller than full sized
sloths. They are deceptively speedy, they move very delicately and smoothly, and look like they're considering every step with great deliberation, but they can get about pretty fast if they want to. I believe it's because they hunt for food in the dark, and their prey can pick up vibrations and that.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:31, archived)
# and they've got really skinny arms and legs
and big fat furry tummies, and huge, affronted-looking eyes. And sometimes they wave at you through the glass (they waved at us you know.)

Lorises are the best things ever.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:36, archived)
# Are you two members
of the Loris Appreciation Society or something.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:38, archived)
# I think I
scared some of the other punters with my Loris sound effects when we were looking at them.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:40, archived)
# cool
think i'll have to look out for them next time i go to the zoo. went to the isle of wight zoo recently, which had some lemurs but didn't see any lorises there
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:37, archived)
# They live in
the nocturnal mammals bit at London Zoo, in the dark. It's well good in that bit, loads of fantastic things with huuuge eyes.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:44, archived)
# Heh!
You sounded about 12 then, I was expecting you say 'brilliant!'.
The Nocturnal bit at Newquay is good as well and they had a really tiny, tiny deer thing, about the size of alarge cat.
it had little antlers and everything.
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:51, archived)
# Do they have ones that arranges flowers?
The florist Loris?
(, Wed 10 Jul 2002, 12:28, archived)
# Eh wot?
I'm an Australian living in London. Our zoos have dingoes, Tasmanian devils and koalas, and a platypus (God's funniest joke on zoologists). What be a Loris? I have never heard of one, slow or fast, red or yellow. I beg indulgence for my ignorance.
(, Sat 13 Jul 2002, 0:57, archived)