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Re: Climbing Dromies

At 08:12 AM 14/12/1998 -0500, you wrote:
>At 4:10 -0500 14/12/98, Martin Human wrote:
>>Is there any similar-sized modern, tree climber actively hunting prey? I
>>can only think of martens (there must be others but of the same size as
>>a dromie?). Other species preying on tree-dwellers are snakes and
>>eagles. What else? Ideas anyone?
>Chimps and leopards come to mind.

As do arboreal or semiarboreal civets (linsangs, the binturong etc), the
fossa of Madagascar, the fisher, and a number of cats.
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