Scientific Name: Potos flavus

Status: Least Concern

Trend: Decreasing

  • They make a wide range of vocalisations with each other and their keepers.
  • They are omnivorous and eat a wide variety of plant material, insects and small mammals.

aSiAn (cOmMon) pAlM CiVet

Scientific Name: Paradoxurus hermaphroditus

Status: Least Concern

Trend: Decreasing

  • Member of the vivveridae family.
  • It has recently suggested that recent increases in capturing the animals for Kopi Luwak (Civet Coffee) production may constitute a significant threat to wild palm civet populations

RusTy SpOtTeD cAt

Scientific Name: Prionailurus rubiginosus phillipsi

Status: Near Threatened

Trend: Decreasing

  • Smallest wild cat in Asia
  • 14-19 inches in length
  • Feed mainly on rodents and birds.
  • Mostly nocturnal.
  • Tail about half the length of it’s body.
  • Both males and females scent mark by spraying urine.
  • Hunt primarily on the ground.


Scientific Name: Leopardus geoffroyi

Status: Least Concern

Trend: Stable

From the 1960s to the 1980s, Geoffroy's cats were hunted extensively for their pelts for the international fur trade.

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