| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||S E Asia
||Grey to Greyish/Brown
||33 - 44 cms (13 - 17 inches)
||15 - 23 cms (6 - 9 inches)
||1 - 2 Kgs (2.2 - 4.4 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Everett's Ferret-Badgers have a body length between 33 and 44 cms (13 - 17 inches), a tail length between 15 and 23 cms (6 - 9 inches) and they weigh between 1 and 2 kgs (2.2 - 4.4 lbs).
They are grey to greyish/brown in colour with black and white markings on their face.
Everett's Ferret-Badgers can be found in the forests on Mount Kinabalu which is located near the northern tip of Borneo, Malaysia.
Everett's Ferret-Badgers feed on insects, snails, small mammals, birds, frogs, eggs and fruit.
Little is known about reproduction in Everett's Ferret-Badgers.
Larger carnivores are likely to prey upon Ferret-Badgers.
There are no subspecies of Everett's Ferret-Badger.
Everett's Ferret-Badgers are also known as:
Everett's Ferret-Badgers are named after Alfred Hart Everett