There are 6 sub-families, 20 genera and 34 species of viverrids. Most viverrids have long slender bodies and heads, short legs and bushy tails. Their diet consists of small mammals, birds, eggs and some fruits and nuts. Many live primarily in trees although a few species are terrestrial. All species have scent glands used for defense and marking.


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