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Malagasy Civet. This is a Civet. A civet is a small, lithe-bodied, mostly nocturnal mammal w 12 species, native to tropical Asia and Africa, especially the tropical forests.  Most of the species diversity is found in southeast Asia. The best-known civet species is the African Civet, Civettictis civetta, which historically has been the main species from which was obtained a musky scent used in perfumery. The word civet may also refer to the distinctive musky scent produced by the animals.

Fossa fossana The Malagasy Civet is an interesting mammal that is actually more related to the Fossa than the Palm Civets of mainland Af.

Fanaloka Ringstaartmangoest

Fanalok (Fossa fossana) - aka the Malagasy Civet, this species is endemic to Madagascar and is closely related to the Fossa and the Falanouc in the Eupleridae family (Malagasy Carnivores)

Bongo (Antelope).   ("Mooie bongo-antilopen!.")

The bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus) is a herbivorous, mostly nocturnal forest ungulate; it is among the largest of the African forest antelope species.

The Cuban solenodon (Solenodon cunbanus) is an endangered mammal is native to southeastern Cuba. A living fossil, the venomous shrew-like animal produces poisonous saliva that it injects into prey through its teeth. Largely wiped out by hunters and predators in the 19th century, the solenodon was …

The Cuban solenodon (Solenodon cunbanus) is an endangered mammal is native to southeastern Cuba. A living fossil, the venomous shrew-like animal produces poisonous saliva that it injects into prey through its teeth.

banded linsang - Buscar con Google

African linsangs vary in color, and resemble an elongated cat. The African linsang is nocturnal, and generally lives alone or in a pair. They construct arboreal nests 2 meters above the ground with green materials. They only stay in a nest for a short amo

African Civet is a common viverrid native to tropical Africa. Unlike many other members of the family, which resemble cats, the African Civet resembles a short dog-like animal.

African Civet is a native to tropical Africa. It has perianal glands that produce a fluid known as civetone which is used in the perfume industry. The animal uses the gland to spray and mark its territory.

Pardine genet (Genetta pardina), also known as the forest genet and the West African large spotted genet, is a mammal from the Carnivora order that is related to linsangs and civets.

"Pardine genet (Genetta pardina), also known as the forest genet and the West African large spotted genet, is a mammal from the Carnivora order that is related to linsangs and civets.

Genets // photo via the African Conservation Experience

(FACTOID: Genets - They are related to Civets, Linsangs, Fossa, and Mongooses.The common Genet is the only viverrid present in Europe.They are able to move through any opening that their head can fit through) * * NEVER HEARD OF THESE.

Aardwolf...The aardwolf is a small, insectivorous mammal, native to East Africa and Southern Africa. Its name means "earth wolf" in the Afrikaans / Dutch language.

The aardwolf (Proteles cristata) is a small, insectivorous mammal, native to East and Southern Africa. Its name means "earth wolf" in Afrikaans and Dutch.

Quoll - Australia

The Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) is the only Australian mammal with a spotted tail.

Tenrec - Tenrecidae is a family of mammals found on Madagascar and parts of Africa. Tenrecs are widely diverse, resembling hedgehogs, shrews, opossums, mice and even otters, as a result of convergent evolution.

Tenrec - Tenrecidae is a family of mammals found on Madagascar and parts of Africa. Tenrecs are widely diverse, resembling hedgehogs, shrews, opossums, mice and even otters. The real question: Can I have one?

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. They are the sole representatives of the subfamily Dolichotinae.[1] These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines, reaching about 45 cm (18 in) in height.

Mara ~ These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina, but also live in Paraguay and elsewhere in South America. Maras are the fourth-largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines

The Sunda flying lemur (Galeopterus variegatus), also known as the Malayan flying lemur or Malayan colugo, is a species of colugo.

The Sunda Flying Lemur (Galeopterus variegatus.) Aka: The Malayan Flying Lemur, or Malayan Colugo. (A Species of Colugo.

The Bilby is nocturnal & their numbers are low. Native to Western Australia.

The Bilby. Perth Zoo has a successful breeding program. I buy chocolate Bilbys instead of chocolate bunnies at Easter.