The Little Fireface Project was founded in December 2011, but Professor Anna Nekaris has been studying lorises since 1994. Still just in the last several months, she and her team have made quite an impression Here are some examples.
Adorable pygmy slow loris born in Cleveland Metroparks Zoo– The Cleveland Sun Times reports on the great news of the borth of a new pygmy loris at Cleveland Zoo.
The Upsetting Truth Behind ‘Cute’ Slow Loris videos– The Huffington Post explains the cruelty behind the ‘cute’.
The only primate with a toxic bite might have evolved to mimic cobras– The Smithsonian Magazine considers the influence of mimicry in slow loris evolution.
A ‘night owl’! – A Borneo Post online reporter talks about his experiences of the slow loris.
Did the world’s only venomous primate evolve to mimic the cobra? – Mongabay reports on the link between the slow loris and the cobra.
Metroparks zoo aids campaign to save Asian primate -Why the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo are helping to save the slow loris.
When cute turns deadly – Mongabay reports on a researcher’s surviving a slow loris bite!!
Cuteness curse! – slow loris videos fuel illegal animal trade – ABC News Nightline
Endangered for being cute – slow loris on Yahoo news
IPPL supports slow loris! Slow lorises on tv
Run Loris Run! – Just one man running to save the loris!
World Association of Zoological Parks and Aquaria – The LFP has been accredited as an official WAZA conservation project! In August, we were project of the month.
People’s Trust for Endangered Species – save the slow loris campaign – not only has this wonderful group supported our work, they are raising their own efforts to fund loris conservation and raise awareness
Southeast Asian Campaign EAZA – refers to our work on wildlife trade
Nekaris and LFP win award ! the prestigious Lawrence Jacobsen Conservation Award goes to Nekaris and the LFP
Saving the world’s cutest animal: interview on the LFP in Wanderlust
Help to save the world’s only poisonous primate: in the Huffington Post
Scientific American – Should YouTube ban adorable videos?
Radio times: How YouTube fame is killing the slow loris
The Daily Mail: slow loris youtube sensation killing the slow loris
Mail online: Youtube sensation – slow loris might look adorable BUT…
BBC News: world’s only venomous primate under threat from pet trade
The Guardian: on Jungle Gremlins of Java
The Independent: YouTube Fuels Trade in Endangered Species
BBC News: Warning over slow loris pet trade
Oxford Mail: Charting Fast decline of Slow Loris
The Week: BBC Wildlife Doc calls to ban YouTube slow loris clip
Strange Endangered Primates BBC – increasing awareness of unusual and threatened primates and the LFP
The Quietus: Slow Loris expert joins Aidan Moffat at Klub Guttenberg
This is Oxfordshire: Professor highlights loris’ plight
Icon Films: Jungle Gremlins of Java – films can make a difference
International Wildlife Film Festival: Award Winners – Jungle Gremlins of Java