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see mongoosemongoose,
name for a large number of small, carnivorous, terrestrial Old World mammals of the civet family. They are found in S Asia and in Africa, with one species extending into S Spain.
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meerkat

any of several South African mongooses, esp Suricata suricatta (slender-tailed meerkat or suricate), which has a lemur-like face and four-toed feet
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We hope Sergei going on a date with Nicole will inspire others to take a friend or partner to the cinema this autumn with Meerkat Movies.
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It closed a short time later, and the meerkats disappeared.
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West Midland Safari Park has a total of twenty-five meerkats, including two youngsters, which live in small groups in the African Village.
The missing meerkats were eventually found roaming around the village.
The new TimberTech boardwalk's multiple viewing areas include an interactive termite mound where children can crawl inside and get eye-to-eye with the meerkats as they pass through the tunnels.
Meerkats have been residents at the attraction for more than six years but their population stagnated when the aging group stopped breeding after an initial few litters.
A FIERCE fire at a zoo yesterday claimed the lives of a number of animals, including an otter, meerkats and reptiles.