Bassaricyon gabbii (*)
Bassaricyon gabbii J.A.Allen, 1876
The Bushy-tailed Olingo (Bassaricyon gabbii), or Gabbi's Olingo or simply Olingo, was the first species of olingo to be discovered. Like other olingos, it is from Central and South America, where it is known from Nicaragua to Ecuador. The body is colored brown or grey-brown and is darker at the center of the back. The underparts are lighter creamy. Ears are shorter and rounded and the tail is long, bushy and non-prehensile. Legs are short with short claws. The weight is usually 1.2-1.4 kg, length of head-body is 360-420 mm with a tail of 380-480 mm
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