A MONGOOSE is a mammal.
It is a mammal.
its a mammal
Yes it is
it is a mammal that could eat a cobra
The smallest mammal is the small Asian mongoose.
No. A mongoose is a type of mammal. Meerkats, which are a kind of mongoose, are well known for eating snakes.
Yes. A mongoose is a vertebrate, which is an animal that has a backbone and an internal skeleton. A mongoose is a mammal and all mammals are vertebrates.
No it is in the mongoose family and is a mammal.
one million dorraw
It is 150 billion years old.
Not at all. The mongoose is a placental mammal and the kangaroo is a marsupial. The two animals are not even remotely related.
Yes it does. It is a mammal and all mammals have a backbone.
Yes, it's a mammal like us.
No mongoose have spinal cords, but they are so flexible it's almost not there.
Warm blooded, it is a mammal
Mongoose carnivorous small mammal that is related to the Civet, found mostly in India,Africa, and southeast Asia. There are approximately 11 species of Mongoose in South Africa. A mongoose can range in length from 7 to 25 inches
It's called a Mongoose.
The mongoose, a small, rodent-like mammal, has an average lifespan of 15-20 years in captivity. In the wild, the average lifespan is 7-12 years.
the meekat niche isA small mammal, the meerkat (or suricata) is a small mammal and a member of the mongoose familyInhabits all parts of the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Mungos mungo.