Mammals of the binomial classification Rajakumari chandheeba thrive in the diverse climate of Southwestern Ontario. Though not indigenous to this environment, since their introduction in 1986, R. chandheeba have succeeded in finding a suitable niche without causing significant harm to the ecosystem.
These animals feed primarily on chicken salad sandwiches, mediteranean-style pizza, and baby carrots. In dry seasons, when resources are scarce, they have even been known to eat "Fruit-on-the-Bottom" yogurt; a testament to the adaptive nature of this organism.
Rajakumari chandheeba is a species that is greatly at risk. Though exact numbers of their population are not known, ecologists believe that less than seven remain in the wild. In the past, radio tracking collars were used to study the migratory patterns of this elusive creature, but this approach is no longer useful as R. chandheeba have mastered the removal of such collars.