LARGE-TOOTHED FERRET BADGER/Behaviour, Distribution, Habitat, Size, Weight, IUCN stetus

LARGE-TOOTHED FERRET BADGER

LARGE-TOOTHED FERRET BADGER


DESCRIPTION: Also known as the Burmese Ferret Badger, it is very similar to the Small-toothed Ferret Badger in size and colouration, differing only in dentition, the pattern of its facial mask (which has more white in it) and its dorsal streak, which runs at least to mid-back or all the way to its tail. The tail length is more than half of head and body while that of the Small-toothed is smaller. These differences, however, may not be specific identification and may be individual variations.

BEHAVIOUR: Unknown.

DISTRIBUTION: North–east India.

 HABITAT: Unknown.

 Size: 33–40 cm

IUCN Status: Data Deficient

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