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Asian Animals Fun Facts

Not every animal is found everywhere on the planet. Some animals are indigenous to particular regions. For instance, there are some animals found only in South-East Asia? Can you name one of them? Read some fun facts about Asian animals here.

The Asian tiger is native to Nepal, Bhutan, northeastern India, Bangladesh, southern China, Taiwan, Korea, and parts of Russia. The population worldwide is estimated at fewer than 4,000 in the wild.

Asian Animals Fun Facts

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The Malabar giant squirrel or the giant Indian squirrel as it is popularly known is active in the day and sleeps at night which is why it is called diurnal. A nocturnal animal is an animal that is most active at night.
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The highest blood pressure among animals is that of the artiodactyl mammal, the Giraffe. The Giraffe is also the largest ruminant and the tallest animal on the planet. The Asian Giraffe is a rare species of Giraffe that inhabits the mountains of northern India.
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Bearcat is the other name for the Asian animal Binturong that is primarily found in South and South-East Asia. It has been categorized as vulnerable as its population is on the decline. Bearcat is neither a wildcat nor is it an actual bear. It’s just a wild animal with large paws, short legs, and stripes.
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The Arabian camel is also known as a dromedary. It differs from the camel in terms of the number of humps. Just like camels, it is also called the ship of the desert.
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Takins are found in the Himalayas and are also known as gnu goat or cattle chamois. They are closely related to the sheep. Their young ones are called kids. Takin or Shaanxi Takin is an animal in the goat-antelope family.
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Gavial is the other name for Gharial, also known as the fish-eating crocodile. The Indian gharial is a crocodilian reptile with an extremely long slender snout. It belongs to the family Gavialidae and is primarily found in the northern Indian subcontinent.
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The hundredth monkey effect was the phenomenon the Japanese macaque was responsible for. This is a term for when a group of individuals learns something new and then they can teach it to other members in the group.
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Malayan tapir, which resembles a pig and is found in Southeast Asia is also known as Acrodynia Indica. Its other names are Piebald tapir, Asian tapir, Asiatic tapir, Oriental tapir and Indian Tapir. It is the only tapir that lives naturally outside of South America.
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Saola is an Asian animal that is also known as “Asian Unicorn” as neither we can see this animal nor find this animal. It is one of the world’s rarest mammals. The Saola is one of the rarest and elusive animals in the world. Fewer people have seen a live Saola than a Giant panda or a wild Javan rhino.
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Found in the South-East part of Asia, Collabos are gliding mammals. It has a soft silky coat and a long prehensile tail about half its body length. Two living species exist as of date - the Philippine flying lemur and the Sunda flying lemur.

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