CRITTERS AND SUCH *SMILE*
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Malay Civet: Civet cats, genet cats, fossas, bearcats (also known as binturongs)…are these really cats? No. These animals belong to the family Viverridae, or Euptileuridae, found only in Africa (including Madagascar). While they share many similarities in behaviour and anatomy with the cat family, civets, genets and their relatives also possess scent, glands that secrete a greasy, pungent fluid still used in the perfume and medicinal industries. This nauseous smelling liquid is used by all membe
Australia's Golden Brushtail Possum ~ These adorable and rare creatures are an unusual form of the common brushtail possum that get their fluffy golden coats from a genetic mutation that results in low levels of melanin in their skin and fur. They are a rare sight in the wild, being found mostly in small pockets around Tasmania where they have fewer wild predators.