The linsang is both solitary and nocturnal, prowling under the cover of the night. By crouching
very low to the ground and moving with smooth speed the linsang is commonly mistaken for as a
snake slipping through the grass. It is believed that linsang give birth twice a year, producing
litters of 2 to 3 kittens. Linsangs are found in Burma, Malay, Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Tenasserim,
and Nepal through to Vietnam.
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