Sulawesi Bear Cuscus
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The Sulawesi Bear Cuscus is a Marsupial Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.
Sulawesi Bear Cuscus has black short messy hair that reach the back her neck and two white tasks on the front of her head. She has yellow eyes with an obscure expression that contrast her long sadistic smile. her top is composed of a black blouse with short roll-up sleeve with a button-tab sewn above the elbow, a rose and large bow, a very short circular skirt with pressed-in ridges accompagned by a black maid apron and Arm Warmers. She owns black shoes and thigh-high socks of the same color. As the other Friends, She also has her tail and ears that belongs to her species.
In Real Life
Sulawesi Bear Cuscus is found only on Sulawesi and the Talaut Islands of Indonesia. They can be found in pairs or small groups of three or four individuals in the upper canopy of lowland tropical rainforests.
the Sulawesi Bear Cuscus eats the leaves of many different tree species, but three make up half of the total diet. Young leaves are much preferred, probably because they are easier to digest and contain fewer toxins. However, the bear cuscus prefers mature leaves of mistletoes, which have more protein than the young leaves. A small amount of flowers and unripe fruit (which contains more protein than ripe fruit) are also eaten.
They are arboreal, moving slowly from tree to tree using their prehensile tail and grasping forefeet. A great proportion of the day is spent resting or sleeping, with little time devoted to feeding and grooming and even less to social interactions. It has been hypothesized that activity is spread throughout the day and night, with periods of rest between feeding or other activity.
It's conservation status is Vulnerable, due to an ongoing population decline estimated and projected to exceed 30% in a 10 year period, due to the high rate of deforestation using large-scale logging for agriculture. The cuscus has nominaly protected legal status in Indonesia.