A small carnivorous mammal (Mydaus javanensis) of Sumatra, Borneo, and Java, having a blackish coat and white forehead and characteristically emitting an offensive odor when disturbed.(noun)
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Use "teledu" in a sentence
"The Malay badger (_Mydaus meliceps_) is confined to the mountains of Java (where it is called the teledu), Sumatra and Borneo."
"Anybody else notice the subliminal bolstering of New Labour in a raft of recent BBC programmes - even Empire of the Seas had lefty innuendo I noticed. teledu"
"The Brown case was very feeble especially on the decline of manufacturing and where Marr did nail him. teledu"