Common Spotted Cuscus


The common spotted cuscus (Spilocuscus maculatus), also known as the white cuscus, aklang, or gabi, is a marsupial found in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. An arboreal species, the common spotted cuscus is found in tropical and mangrove forests. The common spotted cuscus is nocturnal. The female common spotted cuscus usually bears one live young at a time.



See Also

  • Black-Spotted Cuscus
  • Waigeo Cuscus
  • Small Sulawesi Cuscus
  • Bear Cuscus
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