The brush-tailed porcupine has many native predators: 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.
- Left zygomatic arch is damaged
- Front incisor is damaged
- Skull Length 9.7cm (3.8in)
- Skull Width 4.7cm (1.9in)
- Skull Height 4.8cm (1.9in)