Herpestes lemanensis

Herpestes lemanensis

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Herpestes lemanensis

Herpestes lemanensis is an extinct mongoose species that was excavated in tertiary depositions in France and described by Auguste Pomel in 1853. Its body size equals a large Indian civet, but its dentition resembles that of the Indian grey mongoose.

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1. Herpestes lemanensis Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herpestes_lemanensis

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