Facts about smaller Mammals :

A summary of most interesting statistics (size, gestation...), amazing environmental adaptations & fascinating facts about social habits, etc.

Aardvark
Aardwolf
African Wild Cat
Banded Mongoose
Bat-Eared Fox
Black-Backed Jackal
Blue Duiker
Bushveld Gerbil
Cape Clawless Otter
Cape Fox
Cape Golden Mole
Cape Hare
Caracal
Civet
Common Duiker
Common Molerat
Common Vlei Rat
Damara Dik-Dik
Dwarf Mongoose
Egyptian Free-Tailed Bat
Egyptian Fruit Bat
Forest Shrew
Geoffroy's Horseshoe Bat
Greater Cane Rat
Grey Duiker see Common Duiker
Grey Squirrel
Ground Squirrel
Grysbok
Honey Badger
Hottentot Golden Mole
Klipspringer
Large Grey Mongoose
Large-Spotted Genet
Lesser Bushbaby
Multimammate Mouse
Oribi
Pangolin
Peters' Epauletted Fruit Bat
Porcupine
Red Duiker
Riverine Rabbit
Rock Dassie
Rock Elephant-Shrew
Serval
Sharpe's Grysbok
Side-Striped Jackal
Slender Mongoose
Small Grey Mongoose
Small Spotted Cat
Small-Spotted Genet
Southern African Hedgehog
Spotted-Necked Otter
Springhare
Steenbok
Striped Mouse
Striped Polecat
Suni
Suricate
Thick-Tailed Bushbaby
Tree Dassie
Tree Squirrel
Vervet Monkey
Water Mongoose
Woodland Dormouse
Yellow Mongoose

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