Cuscus is a marsupial that lives in Australia, Papua New Guinea and on the nearby islands. There are 23 species of cuscus that differ in size, color and type of habitat. Cuscus can survive in different ecosystems: tropical rainforests, mangroves and dense forests at high altitudes (3900 feet).
How long does a cuscus live?
What does a cuscus do?
What kind of animal is cuscus?
How does a cuscus protect itself?
What is white cuscus?
Is a cuscus a mammal?
How does a cuscus survive?
Can you have a pet cuscus?
Is a cuscus a possum?
Are tiger cat and spotted cuscus same?
Is the cuscus endangered?
How do cuscus reproduce?
How do you pronounce cuscus animals?
What does a black spotted cuscus eat?
Are cuscus native to Australia?
Where is couscous made?
What is couscous made of in Morocco?
What is quinoa made out of?
Are there any monkeys in Australia?
Are lemurs marsupials?
What animals are only found in Australia?
Where do ground cuscus live?
What are Numbats related to?
Why are spotted cuscus endangered?
Spilocuscus rufoniger is listed as endangered. Its limited range and colorful pelt have made it susceptible to overhunting. Habitat loss due to an expanding human population has caused the numbers of S. rufoniger to decline.
Can I buy a kangaroo?
What pets are illegal in the UK?
- Pit Bull Terrier.
- Japanese Tosa.
- Dogo Argentino.
- Fila Brasileiro.
What animals Can’t you have as pets?
Are Tasmanian tigers cats?
Is Spotted cuscus marsupial?
Where are Numbats located in Australia?
When did the Tasmanian Tiger evolve?
Did placental mammals evolved from marsupials?
Which of the following is not an example of placental mammals?
How many blue eyed spotted cuscus are there?
What is the blue eyed cuscus habitat?
The blue-eyed spotted cuscus has been recorded in lowland tropical moist forest.