Northern Olingo (Bassaricyon gabbii)

Set of scaled side and front drawings of the Northern Olingo

The Northern Olingo (Bassaricyon gabbii) is a tree-dwelling mammal in the family Procyonidae. Their preferred habitats are montane and tropical moist forests in Central America. As a slender arboreal animal, the Northern Olingo has hind legs that are significantly longer than their fore legs. The tail is long and bushy, and the face is short and rounded with dark eyes and short round ears. The fur is thick and is usually brown or gray-brown color that becomes slightly darker along the middle of the back. The Northern Olingo is a herbivore that eats almost entirely fruit, especially figs. They will also drink the nectar of balsa trees, and very rarely they will hunt and eat small mammals like mice and squirrels.

The Northern Olingo has a body length in the range of 13.8”-18.5” (35-47 cm) and total weight of 2-3.3 lb (.9-1.5 kg). The Northern Olingo has a body height between 8.5”-11” (21.5-28 cm), body width of 5.7”-7.7” (14.5-19.5 cm), and tail length of 15”-18.9” (38-48 cm). The typical lifespan of the Northern Olingo is between 10-25 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
8.5”-11” | 21.5-28 cm
Width:
5.7”-7.7” | 14.5-19.5 cm
Depth:
Length:
13.8”-18.5” | 35-47 cm (Body)
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Weight:
2-3.3 lb | .9-1.5 kg
Area:
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Tail Length: 15”-18.9” | 38-48 cm

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Scientific Name:
Bassaricyon gabbii
Lifespan:
10-25 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Northern Olingo side view, front

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Procyonidae, also referred to as the raccoon family, includes 18 species, such as, raccoons, ringtails, coatis, and more. This family is found only in the New World; that is from Canada to Argentina, in habitats ranging from forests to deserts to wetlands.

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