Slow lorises are nocturnal predators and feed mainly on insects, bird eggs, and young birds or sleeping birds and mammals. They will readily eat fruits and other parts of plants, however. They move slowly toward their prey so as not to frighten it away, but once they are within striking range, lorises move quickly to subdue their prey. The grip of the slow loris's hind feet is so strong that it often gathers food hanging upside down using its front hands to capture and hold prey.
Animal Foods: birds; mammals; eggs; insects
Plant Foods: fruit
Primary Diet: omnivore
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