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Thread: Some of the Endangered animals of Singapore

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    Unhappy Some of the Endangered animals of Singapore

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    Slow Loris Nycticebus coucang (Endangered)
    More or less confined to the Central Catchment Area and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
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    Banded Leaf Monkey Presbytis femoralis femoralis (Endangered)
    Central Catchment Area, a small population believed to be about 20 individuals.
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    Lesser Mousedeer Tragulus javanicus fulviventer (Endangered)
    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Central Catchment Area.
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    Leopard Cat Felis bengalensis tingia (Endangered)
    Central Catchment Area and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
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    Roadkill found along Mandai Road near Bukit Timah Expressway, 11 June 2001

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    Default Re: Some of the Endangered animals of Singapore

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    Cream-Coloured Giant Squirrel Ratufa affinis (Endangered)
    Central Catchment Area and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Estimated population of not more than 10 individuals left.
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    Horsfield's Flying Squirrel Iomys horsfieldi (Endangered)
    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve where large trees become a crucial part of its existence.
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    Bearcat? (binturong), What is that? Are they endangered too?
    A ONE-metre long, furry black animal (above) aroused the curiousity of workers at Cheng Hua Garden, near Bukit Panjang, about a week ago. At first glance, the workers thought it might be a bear cub, but after a closer look thought it resembled a racoon.

    Yesterday, experts from the Singapore Zoological Gardens identified it as a binturong, or what is more commonly known as a bearcat.
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    Anyone here have any sighting of these animals?

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