“The lorises are in reasonable condition, even though they were found in severe distress," Imam Arifin, wildlife veterinarian a wildlife veterinarian with IAR, said. "They still display wild behavior indicating that they might have been recently captured from the wild. Their teeth are also still intact, so they can be safely released soon.”
Often slow lorises have their teeth torn out to make them safe for people to handle. Some slow lorises even die from the procedure, because it's done by traders who don't bother sterilizing their instruments. If these lorises had undergone such a procedure, their release back into the wild would have been impossible.