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Musteloids and Mongoose

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Amazing images of yellow-throated marten (Martes flavigula) preying on rhesus macaque in North India.


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Originally posted by Chris Mills, so credits to him.

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( This post was last modified: 07-06-2018, 06:47 PM by Shir Babr )

Fisher crossing a yard in New Hampshire.





Look at this female (3:00), beautiful.



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Gabon.
African civet.

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African palm civet.

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Black-footed mongoose.

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Honey badger.

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Ichneumon.

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Long-nosed mongoose.

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Marsh mongoose.

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Servaline genet.

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Western Ghats.
Otters (not sure of the species, my guesses are Eurasian or smooth-coated).

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Brown palm civet.

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Common palm civet.

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Small Indian civet.

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(05-25-2018, 06:45 AM)Shir Babr Wrote: Amazing images of yellow-throated marten (Martes flavigula) preying on rhesus macaque in North India.


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Originally posted by Chris Mills, so credits to him.

https://www.facebook.com/norfolk.birding/posts/10155961104916684
Yellow throated marten really seems to be predator of monkeys, looks like they habitually work in pairs when tackling monkey sized prey, this is from Corbett National Park, India




and the older/popular footage concerning Marten and Langoor



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(08-28-2018, 06:21 PM)Jimmy Wrote: Yellow throated marten really seems to be predator of monkeys, looks like they habitually work in pairs when tackling monkey sized prey, this is from Corbett National Park, India




and the older/popular footage concerning Marten and Langoor




Nice. Both instances taking place on the ground; wonder if they drive healthy monkeys down from the trees or if they mainly opportunistically surprise them on land or when injured. Love martens and weasels.
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"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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yellow throated marten feeding on red muntjac -huai kha kaeng wildlife sanctuary thailand.
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rare photos of Nilgiri marten captured in mukruthi national park,(nilgiri biosphere reserve),india.


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 Image: Nayan Khanolkar (@nayankhanolkar ) // “The #KeoladeoNational Park, #Bharatpur, is a special place for me. Both, during my research days and subsequent photography trips, I have always witnessed unique natural history moments here. This picture shows one such rarest of rare moments. It captures a small Indian #civet ferrying its young one across an open forest glade. Sighting a civet during the day is itself rare... getting to photograph its breeding behaviour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I was not only lucky to witness it, but also able to share it with others through this image – the main motive of my #photography.” – Nayan Khanolkar
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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"Courage don't cares count"- Two men army.

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What are you laughing? I just lended some spines to mimic/imitate Porcupine to become even more defensive combined with my bravery and aggression. Nothing more... stop laughing already!

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Lion: Stop yelling at me Badger aunt, I'll go home early definitely after playing. *Don't worry*!!
Badger: I'm not going to spare again if your mom complains again (grumpily).
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