Common Genet


Common genet in tree 

• These organisms are native to more than 25 African countries. (African Wildlife Foundation, 2014)

• Common genets typically live to be about 20 years old. (Lundrigan and Conley, 2000)

• The Common genet is also known as the European Genet and the Small-spotted Genet. (The Animal Files, 2014)

• This animal is not listed as an endangered or threatened species, but is often hunted by humans who view them as pests. (Arkive Organization, 2013)

• Genets actually help keep vermin populations under control. (Arkive Organization, 2013)


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