Bali Mammals

Manis-Javanica, Sunda Pangolin, Javan Pangolin, Scaly Anteater, Trenggiling

Manis-Javanica, Sunda Pangolin, Javan Pangolin, Scaly Anteater, Trenggiling

Written by on July 27, 2014 in Bali Mammals, Siberut National Park with 0 Comments

Manis-Javanica, Sunda Pangolin, Javan Pangolin, Scaly Anteater, Trenggiling Sunda Pangolin known as Javan Pangolin and Scaly Anteater. The Sunda Pangolin (Manis javanica), also known as the Malayan Pangolin, is a species of pangolin found in South-East Asia, including Thailand, Indonesia (Java, Sumatra, Borneo and the Lesser Sunda Islands), the Philippines, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and […]

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Bos javanicus, Banteng

Bos javanicus, Banteng

Written by on July 27, 2014 in Bali Mammals, Java Alas-purwo National Park with 0 Comments

Bos javanicus, Banteng The Banteng (Bos javanicus), also known as Tembadau, is a species of wild cattle found in Southeast Asia. Banteng have been domesticated in several places in Southeast Asia, and there are around 1.5 million domestic Banteng, which are called Bali cattle. These animals are used as working animals, and for their meat. […]

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Cervus-timorensis, Rusa Deer, Sunda Sambar, Rusa Timur

Cervus-timorensis, Rusa Deer, Sunda Sambar, Rusa Timur

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals, Java Bromo Animal with 0 Comments

Cervus-timorensis, Rusa Deer, Sunda Sambar, Rusa Timur The Rusa Deer or Sunda Sambar, Cervus timorensis, are native to the islands of Java eastwards towards Bali, and Timor in Indonesia. This species of deer is similar in ecology to the Chital of India, occupying open dry and mixed deciduous forests, parklands, and savannas. Rusa deer are […]

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Cervus-unicolor, Sambar, Rusa sambar

Cervus-unicolor, Sambar, Rusa sambar

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals with 0 Comments

Cervus-unicolor, Sambar, Rusa sambar Sambar (also sambur, sambhur, Tamil: Kadaththi maan, Assamese: Xor Pohu), is the common name for several large dark brown and maned Asian deer, particularly for the Indian species (Cervus unicolor), which attains a height of 102 to 160 cm (40 to 63 in) at the shoulder and may weigh as much […]

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Macaca fascicularis, Crab-eating Macaque, Kera kera

Macaca fascicularis, Crab-eating Macaque, Kera kera

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals with 0 Comments

Macaca fascicularis, Crab-eating Macaque, Kera kera The Crab-eatingMacaque (Macaca fascicularis) is a primarily arboreal macaque native to Southeast Asia. It is also called the Cynomolgus Monkey, Philippine Monkey and the Long-tailed Macaque. The scientific name of the Crab-eating Macaque is Macaca fascicularis. Macaca comes from the Portuguese word macaco, which was picked up from makaku, […]

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Mydaus-javanensis, Sunda Stink Badger

Mydaus-javanensis, Sunda Stink Badger

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals with 0 Comments

Mydaus-javanensis, Sunda Stink Badger The Sunda Stink Badger (Mydaus javanensis, also called the Javan Stink Badger, Teledu, Malay Stink Badger and Indonesian Stink Badger) is a mammal endemic to Java. There is strong DNA evidence that the genus Mydaus is not a member of the badger family at all, but are in fact Old World […]

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Prionailurus-bengalensis, Leopard Cat, Meong congkok, Kucing batu

Prionailurus-bengalensis, Leopard Cat, Meong congkok, Kucing batu

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals with 0 Comments

Prionailurus-bengalensis, Leopard Cat, Meong congkok, Kucing batu The Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) is a small wild cat of Southeast Asia. On average, the Leopard Cat is as large as a Domestic Cat, but there are considerable regional differences: in Indonesia the average size is 45 cm (18 in), plus 20 cm (8 in) tail, while […]

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Pteropus-vampyrus, Fruit Bats, Flying Foxes, Kalong

Pteropus-vampyrus, Fruit Bats, Flying Foxes, Kalong

Written by on November 30, 1999 in Bali Mammals with 0 Comments

Pteropus-vampyrus, Fruit Bats, Flying Foxes, Kalong Bats of the genus Pteropus, belonging to the Megachiroptera sub-order, are the largest bats in the world. They are commonly known as the Fruit Bats or Flying Foxes among other numerous colloquial names. They live in the tropics and subtropics of Asia (including the Indian subcontinent), Australia, Indonesia, islands […]

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