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NATURE & GASTRONOMY
Banded Linsang is a
species of civet. It is around 74 cm long, including the
tail, and has a white base colour, with black cloud-like
spots on its body and and black bands on the tail.
It is the rarest
of the civets, and is sometimes referred to as Tiger
Civet. The Banded Linsang is arboreal and spends
the majority of its time in trees.
The Banded Linsang also appears on a Thai postage stamp
that was issued in 1991 as part of
a set of four stamps on wild animals. See also
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