The Palawan stink badger occurs on two Philippine Islands, Palawan and Busuanga. This species, so named due to the noxious odor it produces as a defense, is primarily diurnal, unlike most badgers. Little is know about the feeding habits of this species, but it is believed they are mainly carnivorous, dining on invertebrates such as worms and insects.
Skull Length: 8.5cm (3.3in)
Origin: Palawan Island
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