Malayan Civet

By Mackenna :)

Introduction

What animal eats rodent, snakes, and frogs? A Malayan Civet! This animal is a carnivore. They weigh 7.75-10 lbs.. Read more about this interesting animal.

Where Malayan Civet's live?

Malayan Civets lives in tropical jungles and rainforests in the main of Malaysia that are close to large tropical islands. They are found in Southeast Asia. They also live in Philippines, Borneo, and Sumatra. Malayan Civets had habitat loss in native regions.

Eating Habitats?

Malayan Civets are carnivorous. Their main prey are rodents, lizards, snakes, and frogs. they are nocturnal animals. They primarily ground-dwell, foraging for rodents on the forest floor. Malayan Civets are known for climbing up trees to search for food.

Body Features?

Malayan Civet bodies are 24-26 inches. There tail length is between 11-14 inches. Malayan Civets weigh 7.75-10. They live up to 15-20 years. They're grey with black spots, and black bands on their tail.

Conclusion

Malayan Civets are pretty unique animals. They are really brave to hunt at night. It will be pretty hard to see one in person!
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