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Mungos

Mungos
Banded mongoose, Mungos mungo
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Herpestidae
Genus: Mungos
Species
Mungos area

Mungos is a genus in the mongoose family (Herpestidae).

It contains the following species and subspecies:[1]

  • Gambian mongoose, Mungos gambianus
  • Banded mongoose, Mungos mungo
    • Mungos mungo mungo
    • Mungos mungo adailensis
    • Mungos mungo bororensis
    • Mungos mungo caurinus
    • Mungos mungo colonus
    • Mungos mungo grisonax
    • Mungos mungo mandjarum
    • Mungos mungo marcrurus
    • Mungos mungo ngamiensis
    • Mungos mungo pallidipes
    • Mungos mungo rossi
    • Mungos mungo senescens
    • Mungos mungo somalicus
    • Mungos mungo talboti
    • Mungos mungo zebra
    • Mungos mungo zebroides

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