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Habitat FavoriteFood Enemies Gender Diff. Endangered?
Famous For:
grasslands mice, insects lion, eagle none threatened killing cobras
Lifespan Avg.Height Avg.Wght Avg.Length Tail Length Top Speed
6-20 years 6-16 inches 1-12 lbs 8-24 inches 6-20 inches 20 mph
Estrus Cy Gestation # of Young Birth Wght at Birth Raised by:
 up to 8 x yr. 50-60 days 3 - 6 2-5 ounces blind, hairless pack
EyesOpen Walk  Hunt Weaned Independent Maturity
5-7 days 1 week 8 weeks 8-10 weeks 4-6 months 10 months

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