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Definition of Binturong

Binturong
Binturong Bin"tu*rong, n. (Zo["o]l.) A small Asiatic civet of the genus Arctilis.

Meaning of Binturong from wikipedia

- The binturong (Arctictis binturong) (/bɪnˈtjʊərɒŋ, ˈbɪntjʊrɒŋ/, bin-TURE-ong, BIN-ture-ong), also known as the bearcat, is a viverrid native to South and...
- Palawan bearcat (Arctictis binturong whitei), also commonly known as the Palawan binturong, is a subspecies of the binturong, a mammal in the family Viverridae...
- The beans from droppings of the Asian palm civet and Palawan binturong (Arctictis binturong whitei) are collected from the forest floor and cleaned. Producers...
- The bearcat, also known as the binturong, is a viverrine mammal from Southeast Asia. Bearcat or bearkat may also refer to: Bearcats!, a 1971 American...
- (Viverra tangalunga) Binturong (Arctictis binturong) "Binturong". San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance. Retrieved 2023-01-29. Binturongs are also known as Asian...
- black bear, Malayan sun bear, white-handed lar, pileated gibbon, and binturong. Prior to 1932, Thai kings were feudal or absolute monarchs. During Sukhothai...
- diurnal) American black bear Badger Bandicoot Bat Bat-eared fox Beaver Bilby Binturong Black rhinoceros Black rat Black-footed cat Bobcat Brown rat Galago (bushbaby)...
- Binturong (Arctictis binturong) Small-toothed palm civet (Arctogalidia trivirgata) Sulawesi palm civet (Macrogalidia musschenbroekii) Masked palm civet...
- from Asia, North Africa and South America. Barasingha Barred eagle owl Binturong Black pond turtle Brazilian porcupine Common barn owl Common palm civet...
- silky anteater and the two species of tamandua, have prehensile tails. Binturong. One of the few Old World animals with fully prehensile tails, although...