binturong


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binturong

see arctictisbinturong.
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The badger and binturong were generally healthy, no other pathogens were detected, and pulmonary lesions were consistent with influenza pneumonia.
Good hygiene and husbandry practices used within the enclosures of the badger, binturong, and ferret failed to prevent infection, which suggests pandemic (H1N1) 2009 is efficiently transmitted to these species.
Badgers and binturong have been housed in zoological gardens for decades without incidence of influenza.
3 -- color) Perhaps the exhibit's most unusual creature, this binturong enjoys a snack provided by Rob Mortensen.
The company said in a statement: "Despite the best efforts from our zoo team, regrettably the binturong did not survive.
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The cuddly-looking binturongs - which live in trees like monkeys and resemble raccoons - had escaped from their enclosure and were ripped apart by the big cats.
They escaped over a wall, while zoo keepers then set about chasing the binturong around the grounds.
There was a minor mishap when the binturong, attempting to scale a woman's arm, scratched her instead.
Photo: (1--SAC and AV--color in SAC) Wildlife Educatorsof America volunteer Jessica Balsam attempts to introduce Harvey Palmore to Boji the binturong on Thursday.
Binturongs will be given pinecones with treats stuffed inside (weather permitting).