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what on earth this is?

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-cYf0RM20D8U/Tp7-mZVODYI/AAAAAAAAj0...

I know it's not a pet (or rather, it doesn't seem to be a member of the ordinary pet species) but I thought someone might recognize it. I hunted around a bit, but couldn't come up with anything.

Nancy
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Badger?

-Donna
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maybe a Badger?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Meles_meles_anakuma_at_Ino......


Wouldn't want one perched on my shoulders!

-Donna
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Wouldn't want one perched on my shoulders!




yup.

have to wonder why she seems to be laughing.
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I think this is it? A binturong, aka bearcat.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binturong
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Wouldn't want one perched on my shoulders!




yup.


Same here. It sort of looked as though it had just landed on her. Maybe jumped from somewhere? and she's just at the beginning of the "ohmigodwhatisitgetitoffme" stage.

The markings don't seem to match either the wolverine or badger, but I think it's in the same family, which includes otters, weasels, skunks and so on. It might be from another continent, but still related. It doesn't seem to match the Tasmanian Devil, either.

Nancy
huge thing, isn't it?
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Markings still seem off. The shape looks ok, but I'm not seeing the stripes.

Definitely in the family, however.

Nancy
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Markings still seem off. The shape looks ok, but I'm not seeing the stripes.

Definitely in the family, however.



but that (somehow) Binturong & Badger are different families ...

color does seem off.

size also ?
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The fur looks right; kind of thick and plushy.


but I don't see whiskers
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I think this is it? A binturong, aka bearcat.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binturong


Interesting animal.

-Donna
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