Travancore flying squirrel
|Travancore Flying Squirrel|
The Travancore Flying Squirrel (Petinomys fuscocapillus) is a flying squirrel found in South India and Sri Lanka. Travancore flying squirrels were thought to be extinct but rediscovered in 1989 after a gap of 100 years.
Gundia is one of the only three important locations in Karnataka where the Travancore Flying Squirrel (Petinomys fuscocapillus) is recorded according to scientific studies by wildlife biologists of Mysore University
- Ananthakrishnan G. (3/12/2006) Squirrels in focus, the Hindu, retrieved 6/13/2007 Two flying squirrel species
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