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JungleDragon celebrates 11,000 photos We did it again, we added another 1,000 wonderful wildlife photos to our growing collection, with an impressive 81% having their species identified. Well done, community!<br />
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As per JungleDragon tradition, another thousand means another donation to wildlife. This time we selected the donation target in a democratic process, letting the community decide. Claire suggested to donate to the &quot;Little Fireface Project&quot; which helps in the conservation of Loris:<br />
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<a href="http://www.nocturama.org/" rel="nofollow">http://www.nocturama.org/</a><br />
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Let&#039;s make it to 12,000 soon. Donations,Javan slow loris,JungleDragon,Nycticebus javanicus Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies intro

JungleDragon celebrates 11,000 photos

We did it again, we added another 1,000 wonderful wildlife photos to our growing collection, with an impressive 81% having their species identified. Well done, community!

As per JungleDragon tradition, another thousand means another donation to wildlife. This time we selected the donation target in a democratic process, letting the community decide. Claire suggested to donate to the "Little Fireface Project" which helps in the conservation of Loris:

http://www.nocturama.org/

Let's make it to 12,000 soon.

    comments (2)

  1. What a fantastic choice, hat off to Claire for putting this cause forward. Great website Posted 5 years ago
    1. Thanks Graeme!
      As primates are really my 'thing', this means an awful lot to me.
      Posted 5 years ago

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The Javan slow loris is a strepsirrhine primate and a species of slow loris native to the western and central portions of the island of Java, in Indonesia. Although originally described as a separate species, it was considered a subspecies of the Sunda slow loris for many years, until re-assessments of its morphology and genetics in the 2000s resulted in its promotion to full species status. It is most closely related to the Sunda slow loris and the Bengal slow loris . The species has two forms,.. more

Similar species: Primates
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Uploaded Aug 10, 2013. Captured Apr 20, 2012 09:25.
  • NIKON D700
  • f/2.8
  • 1/50s
  • ISO2500
  • 50mm