Arctictis binturong

Body Length:24"–38"
Tail Length:22"–35"
Weight:20–30 lbs, with females tending to be larger than males
Geographic Distribution:Burma, Nepal, Indochina, Sumatra, Thailand, Java, Borneo, and the Malay Peninsula
Habitat:Dense forests
Wild Diet:Fruit, birds, leaves, shoots, fish, and carrion
Zoo Diet:Bananas, apples, grapes, tomatoes, oranges, blueberries, strawberries, pears, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, corn, peas, eggs, mice, chows and canned diets formulated for primates, and a shank bone
Status in the Wild:Vulnerable
Location:Clouded Leopard Rain Forest

Binturongs are sexually dimorphic (with two distinct gender forms): females are up to 20% larger than males. They have long, coarse, shiny black fur often tipped with gray, yellow, or cream, while their whiskers and the edges of their ears are white with long black tufts of hair. Their particularly muscular tail is usually longer than their body and is prehensile (has the ability to grasp) at the tip. Their cheek teeth are flat to crush the fruit they eat.