Well, I'm excited. :)
Researchers in central Borneo have photographic evidence of what appears to be a previously unknown mammal, possibly in the viverrid family, which includes mongooses and civets.
You can see one of their pictures at the BBC story.
They captured the pictures using IR-activated cameras left on forest trails.
On the upside, it's amazing to find a new, fairly large mammal these days. The downside, however, is that it may have been findable due to increasing destruction of forest habitats, thus making its territory more accessible to the researchers.