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Mesocarnivore animals

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A mesocarnivore is an animal whose diet consists of 50-70% meat with the balance consisting of non-vertebrate foods which may include fungi, fruits, and other plant material. Mesocarnivores are seen today among the Canidae (coyotes, many foxes), Viverridae (civets), Mustelidae (martens, tayra), Procyonidae (ring-tailed cat), Mephitidae (skunks), and Herpestidae (some mongooses).
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A mesocarnivore is an animal whose diet consists of 50-70% meat with the balance consisting of non-vertebrate foods which may include fungi, fruits, and other plant material. Mesocarnivores are seen today among the Canidae (coyotes, many foxes), Viverridae (civets), Mustelidae (martens, tayra), Procyonidae (ring-tailed cat), Mephitidae (skunks), and Herpestidae (some mongooses).
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