Scientific Name: Tupaia belangeri

Found In: Southeast Asia in eastern Nepal and Bangladesh, southeastern China, Indochina and the Malay Peninsula

Size: 5.5 to 9 inches long and their tail is about the same length as their body.

Diet: Their diet is mainly insects and fruits.

Threat Level: Least Concern

Facts: Tree shrews have a symbiotic relationship with pitcher plants. They eat the bugs and lick the nectar from the plant then defecate inside the tube, returning nutrients to the pitcher plant.

ZooFarm tree shrews: female Patty

Northern treeshrew