binturong


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binturong

see arctictisbinturong.
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Steve Gibson, left, and Imelda the Palawan binturong, above.
We investigated fruit selection of a radio-collared female binturong (Arctictis binturong pageli Schwarz, 1911) by focal animal sampling in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
The severity of disease in the badger and binturong necessitated euthanasia; the ferret recovered with antibiotic and fluid therapy.
Tioman has quite a few protected species of mammals, including the binturong, long-tailed macaque, slow loris, black giant squirrel, red giant flying squirrel, mouse deer, brush-tailed porcupine, and common palm civet, from a total of 45 species of mammals and 138 species of birds, including the majestic frigate bird.
Order Family Taxon Primates Cercopithecidae Macuca fascicularis Pholidota Manidae Manis culionensis Carnivora Felidae Prionailurus bengalensis Mustelidae Amblonyx cinereus Mephitidae Mydaus marchei Herpestidae Herpestes brachyurus Viverridae Paradoxurus hermaphroditus Arctictis binturong Artiodactyla Cervidae Axis/Cervus spp.
2) Above, Timothy Cornwall of Clinton lets a binturong perch on his shoulder during an instructional class with young children at Southwick's Zoo in Mendon.
One branch includes the various African and Oriental palm civets and binturong or bearcat of Asia.
Nearby is the binturong, the world's only carnivore with a prehensile tail, which functions like a fifth limb.
viverrina Balso known as the leopard cat, the marbled cat, Temminck's cat, and the fishing cat), the binturong (Arctitis binturong), the blubberlipped bear (Ursus ursinus), dhole (Cuon alpinus), gangetic dolphin or susu (Platanista gangetica), Indian elephant (Elephas maximus), the barasinga or swamp deer (Cervus duvauceli), the last pure strain stock of water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis arnee), and the gaur (Bos gaurus).
All carnivorous mammals of the family Viverridae, including civet, mongoose, genet, binturong, fossa, linsang, and suricate.
They can visit the tiger, giraffe, or elephant bedrooms, look into the nursery-or with a guide, have a close encounter with a binturong, owl, or kinkajou.
Imelda the binturong has been at the centre for a few months but is now being shown in public for the first time.