| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
|| Sri Lanka
| Life Expectancy
Golden Palm Civets have a coat that is golden brown in colour and the hair on the back of their neck grows in reverse grain from their shoulders towards their head.
Like other palm civets, they are solitary, nocturnal, and arboreal.
Golden Palm Civets can be found in the forests of Sri Lanka.
Golden Palm Civets feed on fruits, insects, frogs, birds and lizards.
There are no subspecies of Golden Palm Civet.
Golden Palm Civets are featured on the 3 rupee Sri Lankan postage stamp however, on the stamp they are named as the Golden Palm Cat.
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