Asian Small Critters Pack

  1. Binturong (Arctictis Binturong) VU
  2. Asian Small-Clawed Otter (Aonyx Cinereus)
  3. Greater Mouse Deer (Tagulus Napu) LC
  4. Dusky Leaf Monkey (Trachypithecus Obscurus) NT
  5. Tokay Gecko (Gekko Gecko) LC
Any suggestions or alternatives are welcome
 
Mmh maybe
1. Wanderu also known as Bearded Monkey (Macaca silenus) EN
2. Chinese pygmy quail (Synoicus chinensis) - LC
3. Chinese muntjac (or Indian Muntjac, North Indian Muntjac, they look mostly the same) LC
4. Ceylon hat monkey (Macaca sinica) EN or the Indian Hat Monkey (Macaca radiata) VU
5. Double horn bird (Buceros bicornis) VU

Let me know what you think :) i know the Bird is difficult but it would be cool :)
When you like i can tag some Photos on it ~
 
I love the ideas, Great Hornbill would be a difficult creature to implement, but all other are brilliant and diverse ideas, Lion-Tailed Macaque would also be a welcome addition as well as the Toque Macaque as well and King Quail
 
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Seeing as how we seem to be stuck with ground birds for the moment, a Nicobar pigeon or a Victoria crowned pigeon could be interesting and visually striking choices.

My personal top 6 would be:
  • Binturong
  • Asian small-clawed Otter
  • Golden snub-nosed Monkey
  • Reeves's muntjac
  • Golden pheasant
  • Raccoon dog
 
Love the choices, only things I am unsure about are the Snub-Nosed Monkey and the Raccoon Dog, because I normally picture them in Temperate and Taiga environments because of their adaptations of growing thick coats to cope with cold winters, but all in all a great idea
 
You right the Great Hornbill is difficult .. mmh let me think ~

Maybe to switch him up
1. Indian Sarus Crane (Antigone antigone antigone) - VU
or
2. Maiden crane (Anthropoides virgo) - LC

There could be more possible :) i think o.o
 
Love the choices, only things I am unsure about are the Snub-Nosed Monkey and the Raccoon Dog, because I normally picture them in Temperate and Taiga environments because of their adaptations of growing thick coats to cope with cold winters, but all in all a great idea
Actually that's kind of the reason I chose them, to add more variety biome-wise. Asia is a huge piece of land after all. Also the monkey is endangered. I believe more diverse choices are a plus for Frontier's conservation message.
 
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