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Eupleridae is a family of carnivores endemic to Madagascar.
Sites in this category should deal with the biology of cats.
The cat family.
The skunks, formerly placed in the Family Mustelidae with weasels, otters, and badgers. The four genera in the Mephitidae are: Mephitis, including the striped skunk, Mephitis mephitis, and the hooded skunk M. macroura; Spilogale consisting of at least 3 species, S. putorius, the eastern spotted skunk, S. gracilis, the western spotted skunk, and S. pygmaea, the pygmy spotted skunk; Conepatus, containing C. leuconotus, the white-backed hog-nosed skunk, C. semistriatus, the striped hog-nosed skunk, C. chinga, the South American hog-nosed skunk, and C. humboldtii, the Patagonian hog-nosed skunk; and finally, the only non-American genus, Mydaus, the stink badgers, M. javanensis, the Sunda stink badger, and M. marchei, the Philippine stink badger.
Mammals in the family Procyonidae, including the raccoon, kinkajou, olingo and other species.
Ursidae, the Bear Family, is divided into three subfamilies, Ursinae (black bears, brown bears, polar bears, sloth bears, and sun bears), Tremarctinae (spectacled bears), and Ailuropodinae (giant pandas).
Websites about the biology of the Viverridae, or viverrids. This is a family of the carnivores, and includes civets, linsangs, genets, palm civets, toddy cats, binturong, and fossas. This family is native to southern Europe, Africa and Asia, including Indonesia and the Philippines. Viverrids apparently radiated on Madagascar, where there are a number of endemic genera. The family includes 34 species currently placed in 20 genera.
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