GREATER SLOW LORIS....aka Sunda slow loris...,live high in the trees in tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia and western Indonesia....measure 7 to 15 inches long and weigh 1.8 – 2.9 pounds....can hang from the branch (attached by its feet) for hours.....the only known "poisonous" primate...sleep rolled up in a ball with their head between their legs
The JAVAN SLOW LORIS is found only on the Indonesian island of Java in the western and central regions. It lives in bamboo forests, mangroves and plantations. To move through the trees that it lives in, it needs connections between trees, such as those provided by vines. There has been a decline of at least 80% of the population over the last 24 years. (2013)
The Capybara, world's largest rodent, has a large body, coarse fur, and is semi-aquatic with partially webbed feet. They live in many countries of South America. It inhabits dense forests that are close to lakes, ponds, rivers, and swamps.