This species is one of the largest member of the family Mustelidae. The body length is 65-105 cm, the length of the tail is 13-26 cm and the weight of the animal is 9-30 kg. The males are bigger and more robust than the females.
It is common in Mauritania, Ethiopia, South Namibia. It prefers open and forested savannas, grassy plains, semi-deserts. It’s scarce fur is either black or brown, with a large mane on the head. Its body length varies between 90-150 cm.
It can be found in territories with dense vegetation. It prefers habitats with trees, bushes, territories alongside forests. Males are larger than females, its tail is 38-45 cm long. It is the smallest wallaby.
Its original habitat is inWest Africa, around Guinea and Kamerun, this is where it spread around from to all over Afrika. It is considered as the first domesticated version of the wild goat.
It is a version bread from the domesticated pig, and today it is a popular pet. It’s body length is around 65cm, its height is 25 cm, its tail is curling upwards and ending in a tuft.
It is native to North Africa, the Mediterranean. Its suspected, that it was present on the Balkan peninsula too. It adapted to multiple habitats.