Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus)
Also known as the Asian tapir, as it is the only species out of the four tapirs, to be found in Asia. their historical range included much of Southeast Asia but know they are secluded to small pockets in Sumatra, Malaysia and Burma. They are an instantly recognizable animal due to their distinct white patch on the latter half of the animals body that contrasts with their black front half (this is used as camouflage to make it look similar to a rock), they are fairly sized animals growing up to around 7 ft long and 3 ft tall. One of their defining characteristics is their long and flexible proboscises which are similar to an elephants trunk in a ways. They are herbivores having a known diet of over 100 species of plants, they are solitary and are mainly active at night and near water as well. Due to habitat loss and illegal trade they have been listed as endangered by the IUCN.
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