| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||E to S E Asia
||Brown/Grey with Black Markings
||37 - 43 cms (14.5 - 17 inches)
||30 - 36 cms (12 - 14 inches)
||0.6 - 1.2 Kgs (1.25 - 3 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Spotted Linsang have a body length between 37 and 43 cms (14.5 - 17 inches), a tail length between 30 and 36 cms (12 - 14 inches) and they weigh between 0.6 and 1.2 kgs (1.25 - 3 lbs).
They are brown/grey in colour with black spots and a ringed tail.
Spotted Linsang inhabit the forests of east to southern Asia. They are solitary, nocturnal and arboreal.
Spotted Linsang mainly feed on rodents, snakes, frogs and carrion.
Spotted Linsang produce a litter of 2 - 3 young.
Subspecies of Spotted Linsang include:
Prionodon pardicolor pardicolor
Prionodon pardicolor presina
Spotted Linsang are also known as: