Recently Discovered in New Guinea:  Spotted Cuscus
The blue-eyed spotted cuscus (Spilocuscus wilsoni) is a small possum that was found in 2004 on Indonesian New Guinea. Overall,   the island hosts the highest diversity of tree-dwelling marsupials in   the world, with an incredible 38 species, WWF says.
(via: National Geo)   (photo: Tim Flannery)

Recently Discovered in New Guinea:  Spotted Cuscus

The blue-eyed spotted cuscus (Spilocuscus wilsoni) is a small possum that was found in 2004 on Indonesian New Guinea. Overall, the island hosts the highest diversity of tree-dwelling marsupials in the world, with an incredible 38 species, WWF says.

(via: National Geo)   (photo: Tim Flannery)

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