RESCUE BEAR 26
AGE : 7 Years Old
Name meaning: “Forest” in Lundayeh language (Lundayeh is a native Sabahan tribe)
History: Fulung was found by a villager’s hunting dog in a remote forest area of Long Pasia, Sabah. He was taken as a house pet and grew very quickly under the villager’s care. Fulung was surrendered to the Sabah Wildlife Department and brought to the Lok Kawi Zoo before being sent to BSBCC on 15th August 2010. He was injured by the hunting dog and had a bite mark on his body. He also had a scratch mark on his forehead which is believed to be caused by the cage bar that he used to try breaking out from.
Personality: Fulung loves climbing trees, digging and foraging for termites, invertebrates, and playing with his friends. Fulung is an excellent forager in the forest. When Fulung discovers a termite nest, he gets busy hunting for some extra protein. When he is curious, he likes to stand up straight on his hind legs like a human. He always puts his left paw in his mouth and stretches out his right paw to seek comfort. This young male also knows how to charm his way around the females in his group and he is characterised by his cheerfulness.
Identifying mark or trait: Has a wide and pointy chest mark and open dry wound on his abdomen.
Fulung is available for SHARE BEAR adoption.