The yellow-throated marten is also known as the kharza, and is the largest marten in the Old World, with the tail making up more than half its length.
The yellow-throated marten is a large, robust, muscular and flexible animal with an elongated thorax, a small pointed head, a long neck and a very long tail which is about 2/3 as long as its body. The tail is not as bushy as that of other martens, and thus seems longer than it actually is.
Yellow-Throated Martens can be found in the forested areas of Kashmir and East Asia.
Yellow-Throated martens are omnivores. It is reported to kill cats and poultry. It has been known to feed on human corpses.