Eira Barbara is a lone warm blooded creature who exists in the backwoods, in empty trees, logs or tunnels made by different creatures. Tayras are omnivorous and have long paws and sharp canine teeth. Their favored sustenance is little well evolved creatures, particularly barbed rats, and they have been utilized by indigenous individuals to control rodents. Tayras can climb, run and swim with pace and nimbleness. They are dynamic around evening time and on shady mornings. When they are scared, Tayras give a short, woofing call and ascension the closest tree.
Eira Barbara generation. It is thought, nonetheless, that incubation endures for about 63-70 days with a litter size of 2-3 infants for every season, each one weighing something like 74-92 grams. Babies open their eyes at something like 35-58 days and they nurture for 2-3 months.
Eira Barbara has a long tail dressed in dark hair, which is marginally more than somewhere else on the body, and brawny legs with stripped soles and non-retractile hooks.
Eira Barbara eira is a long weasel, with a rugged tail, a long neck, with low-hanging and adjusted ears. The shade varies starting with one spot then on to the next, yet in the principle, a Tayra has a tan body with lighter-shaded head, and on its midsection, a patch is available.