Greater Grison Galictis vittata

Greater Grison
Greater Grison
The Greater Grison is a mustelid native to Central America and the northern half of South America. Up to two and a half foot long (including 6" tail), it is slightly larger than the related Lesser Grison of the southern half of South America. Grisons look like small, slender Honey Badgers. They are mainly terrestrial but can climb, with sharp claws, and have webbed toes for swimming.

Many thanks to Neil for permission to use his photo (above) of the Greater Grison.