Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 5: Slow loris

Taiyanghe Provincial Nature Reserve is at the southern end of the Wuliang Mountains in southeastern Simao District of Pu'er City, southwest China's Yunnan Province. This biodiversity conservation base near the Tropic of Cancer is home to slow lorises, a species under first-class state protection. These small primates are quite different from other active and restless primates.

About 'Journeys in Nature': Wuliang Mountains Series

The primitive forest in the Wuliang Mountains of southwest China's Yunnan Province offers a sanctuary to wildlife. From gibbons to muntjacs and tortoises to beetles, this series showcases the unique flora and fauna that call the mountain home.

More on Wuliang Mountains series:

Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 1: Flying Tenors

Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 2: Woodland foodies

Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 3: Indo-Chinese gray langur

Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 4: Strolling birds

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