Fig. 8.5.

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Like many of the arid-dwelling carnivorous marsupials, some forest dwellers also store fat in the tail. In this case, the Monito del Monte (Dromiciops gliroides) relies on fat storage to sustain it when food resources are limited, or during intermittent bouts of torpor. Source: Agustin Iriarte.
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