The African civet (Civettctis civetta) lives in two types of habitats, including tropical and subtropical grasslands, and savannahs and shrub lands in central Africa (Pendj 1994). It is common for the African civet to live in the ground in the base of an uprooted tree as a den. Living in a wide variety of different areas, the civet is a http://www.scirecordbook.org/african-civet/roaming animal that makes temporary homes as it searches for food. Many African animals live by the African civet, such as meerkats, giraffes, lions, cheetas, bush babies, elephants, zebras, hippos, leopards, and rhinos, just to name a few. The African civet is a solitary animal, however, and it is rare to find them living with or around another African civet.





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