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Slow Loris (Kera Duku) by nasirnadzir
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Biker Tank
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Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank

Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank

Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank
Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank
Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank
Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank
Slow Loris (Kera Duku) Biker Tank
Biker Tank
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Our Biker Tank, made exclusively for Society6, is an edgier take on the traditional Muscle Tank. It's crafted using extremely soft 100% combed jersey cotton with deep arm openings and raw cut edges. The Biker Tank is a boyfriend fit, intended to hang loose - women may wish to select one size smaller for a more fitted wear.

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\[Handdrawing Size: A3 - Artliner (Faber Castell)\] Slow lorises \[Kera Duku in Malay\] (genus Nycticebus) are primates that belong to the suborder Strepsirrhini. They are found throughout South and Southeast Asia and the surrounding islands, and live in the upper canopy of tropical rainforests. The two greatest threats to slow lorises are deforestation and the wildlife trade. Slow lorises have lost a significant amount of habitat, with habitat fragmentation isolating small populations and obstructing biological dispersal. However, despite the lost habitat, their decline is most closely associated with unsustainable trade, either as exotic pets or for traditional medicine.

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