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   Undertoad  Friday Jun 28 10:31 AM

6/28/2002: Pygmy Loris

Pygmy Loris? Happy Friday!

Two infant pygmy lorises make their public debut at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley, Minn., Friday, June 21, 2002. The loris twins, which weighed approximately 20 grams each at birth on June 3, 2002, now weigh approximately 60 grams each and are the first successful twin set ever born at the Minnesota Zoo.

Katkeeper  Sunday Jun 30 07:06 AM

The eyes have it!

Griff  Sunday Jun 30 08:19 AM

Four fingers? I had them pegged for Dr. Seuss.

Katkeeper  Sunday Jun 30 07:23 PM

I noticed the 4 fingers also, and wondered if there might be a thumb or thumblike projection.

Nic Name  Sunday Jun 30 07:51 PM

Originally posted by Griff

Four fingers? I had them pegged for Dr. Seuss.
That would be The Lorax. A whole different cat!

Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr. Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the world's natural environment.

The best book I ever read to my kids a hundred thousand times!

Griff  Monday Jul 1 07:21 AM

Of course Seuss had his dark side as well

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