Red panda The red panda, is a small arboreal mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. A little more than house cat, it has reddish-brown fur, a long, shaggy tail, and a waddling gait due to its shorter front legs. It feeds mainly on bamboo, but is omnivorous and may also eat eggs birds, insects, and small mammals. It is a solitary animal, usually active from dusk to dawn, and main sitting the day.
Red panda Red panda, unlike large, which belongs to the family bear, belongs to the family of coonskin. But the question on scientific classification of both species still open.
Kinkajou The kinkajou, also known as the honey bear. It is the only member of the genus Potos. Kinkajous may be mistaken for ferrets or monkeys, but not linked. Native to Central America and South America, this arboreal mammal is not an endangered species, though it is rare seen people because of their strict nightly habit. But, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur and for their meat. They can live to be 23 years old in slavery.
Kinkajou Their appearance, and especially a prehensile tail, kinkajou resembles a monkey. But, he belongs to the family coonskin.
Lemur catta The Ring-tailed Lemur is the most famous lemur due to its long, black and white ringed tail. It is the only member of the Lemur genus. Like all lemurs it is endemic to the island of Madagascar. It is omnivorous and most ground lemurs. Animal daily, being active only during the daytime. The World Conservation Union defines a lemur as endangered because its population is reduced.
Lemur catta Now, the total number of cats lemurs is evaluated at – individuals. The main threats include destruction of living space and hunting, conductive part for commercial reasons.
Thylacine The thylacine was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. It is commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger, the Tasmanian wolf, and colloquially the Tassie tiger or simply the tiger. Native to continental Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, it is thought to have become extinct in the 20th century. It was the last extant member of its genus, thylacinus, although several related species have been found in the fossil record dating back to the early Miocene.