Slow loris – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I do love Wikipedia, but the user-created content sometimes results in a disparity of quality from one article to the next. I’ve read a fair few articles whose contributors, I feel certain, were 14 year old boys with very little understanding of their subject. This article, however, reads like a postdoctoral essay from someone who knows nothing outside their subject, and whose life will effectively end with his thesis defense.

The cranial form of the slow loris follows most of the expectations of the Strepsirhini/Prosimii suborder. To begin, the braincase is low and football/ovaloid like; neither the frontal nor the occipital lobe has expanded much. Furthermore, the frontal suture is visible and the lacrimal is located outside the eye socket. With regards to the eyes

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