|Zoological name :||Anathana ellioti|
|Found In :||Sri Venkateswara National Park in India.|
Physical appearance : Madras Treeshrew is16.0- 18.5 cm long. Its upperparts are brown,yellow and black in colour. Its tail is16.5cm to 19.5cm long.
Presence in India : Madras Treeshrew is found in the Central and Southern parts of India. It can also be spotted in the Sri Venkateswara National Park in India.
Habitat : Madras Treeshrew prefers moist to semi-moist deciduous forests in an overall dry deciduous area
Diet : Madras Treeshrew are omnivorous. They feed on caterpillars, earth-worms, flying ants, butterflies and fruits.
Reproduction :Little is known about its reproductive behavior. It produces five young ones at a time.
Conservation status : Near Threatened
Lifespan : Not Known