The Cuscus is a pouched marsupial native to New Guinea and surrounding islands. The cuscus inhabits tropical forests and thick scrub. Their nocturnal, arboreal existence is aided by their strong prehensile tail. Primarily a fruit eater, the cuscus will also occasionally prey on small vertebrates and insects.
Skull Length: 6.5cm (2.5in)
Origin: New Guinea
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|scientific order||Marsupialia: Diprotodontia|