This wide-eyed, furry mammal may be cute and unassuming, but the slow loris can prove to be lethal. With a potentially venomous bite, slow loris typically live among the trees, using strong hands to grip the branches. Unlike other primates, they rarely move quickly through the forest. Instead they move sluggishly, as their namesake suggests. While in Borneo you’ll have the chance to take a night walk in the jungle where you may spot these bug-eyed creatures in the trees.