The first section is an index of Mammal Taxonomic Orders. Click on the Taxonomic link to be taken to the relevant section within the second section of the Registry. Please note that Husbandry Manuals are not currently available for all groups or species. The second section provides the contact details for the Husbandry Manuals known to us from the taxonomic group you have selected, listed by Taxonomic Family. If the contact details for a specific Manual has changed or you know of, or are searching for, a specific Manual which is not listed here, please contact me and I will endeavour to assist. Many of the following Husbandry Manuals are available from one or more of the regional Zoo Management Associations; unfortunately in most cases you need to be a financial member of the relevant Association in order to be eligible to obtain a copy of a Manual.
Husbandry manual for Asian Lorisines - habitat design
Small-toothed palm civets are widely distributed throughout the Oriental region of Asia and the south eastern tip of the Palearctic geographic regions. Civets range from northeast India to southeast Asia. Duckworth, et al. Small-toothed palm civets are primarily a solitary, nocturnal, and arboreal species found over a wide range of habitats. Sightings have occurred in low-lands, as well as dense primary and secondary tropical canopies of coniferous forests. They have also been seen in mixed coniferous forest up to 1, m above sea level. It is not uncommon to receive reports of sightings in areas of active logging and coconut plantations.
Providing a temperature gradient is always optimal. It allows a variety of options for this taxa, whose thermoregulatory capabilities are primitive. Loris Husbandry Manual. If an individual has to be separated for any length of time for medical or breeding reasons , visual and olfactory access should be allowed. Lorises have been shown to do well in same sex and extended family groups, but individual situations aggression may not allow this.
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