Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus Hermaphroditus) --The Asian palm civet is a smaller species of civet found throughout the jungles of Asia, and easily recognisable by its dark, coarse hair and large eyes. The Asian palm civet is also known as the common palm civet and the Toddy Cat is areas where the Asian palm civet is natively found. The Asian palm civet is found inhabiting the tropical jungles and rainforests throughout much of Asia.
Doo-Doo Delicacy: World's Priciest Coffee Put to Test
The World's Most Expensive Coffee "Kopi Luwak" is prepared from the coffee beans extracted from the droppings of the Asian Palm Civet,a catlike animal found in the coffee-growing lands from India to Indonesia. It eats the tastiest, ripest coffee cherries and eventually excretes the hard, indigestible coffee beans which after being fermented in the animal’s stomach produce a brew which is bitterless, chocolaty and smooth. The Coffee prepared from such Coffee beans is the "Kopi Luwak".