During coffee season, the wild civets, called binturong
, and the musang, eat the cherries from the coffee trees.
Plenty, among them the tiny tarsier monkey (right), only 3-6 inches high, and the disappearing binturong
or bearcat (lower right).
Body parts from other animals and the corpse of a binturong
, a protected species known as a bearcat, were also found at the Tiger Temple in western Thailand.
Also on display was the body of a Binturong
, a protected species commonly known as a bearcat, which the authorities found with the cub carcasses.
Imelda the 'bearcat' is the newest member of Kirkleatham Owl Centre's outreach team and the Palawan binturong
may be visiting your school in the future.
Miyabi Nakabayashi, Abdul Hamid Ahmad and Shiro Kohshima, 2015, Fruit selection of a binturong
) by focal animal sampling in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
His favorite is the binturong
, a mammal from Borneo, an island in Asia.
Besides four big cat species--snow leopards, clouded leopards, common leopards and tigers other worth-seeing wildlife includes dholes, wolves, Asiatic black bears, the red panda, the binturong
, civets and elephants as well as macaques, gibbons and the slow loris.
Smaller carnivores include red panda, red fox, yellow-throated marten, Eurasian otter, Oriental small-clawed otter, spotted linsang, binturong
, common palm civet, small Indian civet, large Indian civet, masked palm civet, marbled cat, fishing cat, Asiatic golden cat, and two species of mongoose.
There are three types of civents that inhabit Doi Chaang Village; the Asian Palm Civet, the Masked Palm Civet and the Binturong
, also known as the Asian Bearcat.
30pm) Hayley prepares for her first day looking after the sea lions, Veri the female binturong
is introduced to a male partner, and Jambo the elephant calf arrives at his new home in Spain.
During this time, respiratory illness developed in a 12-year-old male American badger (Taxidea taxus taxus), a 19-year-old female Bornean binturong
penicillatus), and a 7-year-old blackfooted ferret (Mustela nigripes) housed in a San Diego zoological garden.