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Herpestid is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Herpestid books and related discussion.

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The mystery mammal of Kayan Mentarang
Back in 2005, the discovery of a weird reddish, long-tailed mammal, photographed by a camera-trap at Kayan Mentarang in central Borneo, was announced by the Swiss World Wildlife Fund. I covered the case and how it unfolded back at Tet Zoo ver 1 during ...
MARTIN SAMUEL: Are people thick or what? Now YOU get to pay for ads. Simples!
Inside, 127 pages of big print and glossy pictures detailed his fictional rise to be the world's leading diurnal herpestid entrepreneur. And someone is buying it. Not you, obviously.

Suggested Web Resources

Eupleridae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
All species of Euplerinae were formerly classified as viverrids, while all species in the subfamily Galidiinae were classified as herpestids. Recent molecular ...
The ontogeny, phylogeny, and ecology of the herpestid auditory bulla
I test the hypothesis that vegetationally open, and environments have causally influenced the evolution of relatively enlarged auditory bullae in herpestid ...
Topography of the chorda tympani nerve and the tensor tympani
Therefore, we introduce the epitensoric pattern as a new synapomorphy for herpestids. Within the herpestids we find the following structural distinctions: ...
meerkat fact sheet - World Animal Foundation
The meerkat is a small diurnal herpestid. Its tail, which is not bushy like all other mongoose species, is long and thin and tapering to a pointed tip which is black ...
Novitates - AMNH Library Digital Repository - American Museum of
Feb 6, 1989 (viverrids, herpestids, hyaenids) but has been sup- ..... Auditory region ofthe herpestid Herpestes auropunctatus: A, Internal (medial) view ...

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