By Iris Ho on April 25 in Environment. Also known as a "Binturong", the bearcat is actually related to neither bears nor cats, but is rather a member of the Viverridae Family, along with other civets and genets. Their fur is long and coarse, and usually black in color, though it may occasionally have gray tips. Their faces are a lighter color with long whiskers protruding from them, and there are long clusters of fur around their ears. One of the strangest things about the bearcat is that they are said to smell like "buttered popcorn".
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The binturong, otherwise called bearcat, is a viverrid local to South and Southeast Asia. Images of sunrises and sunsets around the world. A tranquil sunrise, for many, including myself the best time of the day. Images from the beautiful country of Slovenia with its many waterfalls, beautiful cities and towns. Dreamy landscapes.
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What has a face like a cat, a body like a small bear, and a tail like a monkey? It's a binturong, also known as a bearcat. Binturongs have long, low, stocky bodies covered with coarse, shaggy black fur tipped in gray, so they sometimes appear speckled.
The Binturong is an exotic species which is indigenous to the dense tropical jungles of South East Asia. Although they were earlier in abundance, their numbers have started declining and they are classified as a vulnerable species today. The Binturong is a large, exotic carnivore, which is almost a meter tall, slow, heavy and sluggish in appearance. They have a thick and coarse coat of fur and resemble other civets such as mongooses. Also known as a bearcat, there are over nine different types of the species which are all alike in appearance, but vary in terms of their height and weight.