The Sunda Colugo (Galeopterus variegatus) is also known as the Sunda Flying Lemur.
Although, it is not truly a lemur, nor can it fly.
Listed as Least Concern by the IUCN Red List but currently has a declining population trend.
The Sunda Colugo is a forest dependant species living in evergreen forests and sleeping in coconut tress.
There is a large threat from hunting for consumption by local people and also from deforestation.
The Sunda Colugo is protected by national legislation and is found in many protected areas such as Halimun National Park.
What do you call a group of Sunda Colugos?
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