African Palm Civets
The family Nandiniidae consists of one species, the African Palm Civet. Also known as the Two-spotted Palm Civet, nandinia are native to forested regions of Africa, where it usually inhabits trees. Its diet is omnivorous, and includes rodents, insects, eggs, carrion, fruit, birds and fruit bats. Nandinia are generally solitary and nocturnal. This species was originally classified in the family Viverridae.
ITEMS in the Family: Nandiniidae