The brush-tailed porcupine has many native predators, such as leopards, large raptors and snakes. However, humans are their most prominent and constant predators. This nocturnal species inhabits the forests of Burma, Thailand, Indochina and most of Malaysia. The brush-tailed porcupine's diet consists of leaves, bark, roots and occasionally insects and carrion.
- There is a small hole present at the top of this skull; please see photos
- Skull Length 9.4cm (3.7in)
- Skull Width 4.6cm (1.8in)
- Skull Height 4.8cm (1.9in)