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Meerkat……

Meerkats are primarily insectivores, but also eat lizards, snakes, scorpions, spiders, plants, eggs, small mammals, millipedes, centipedes and, more rarely, small birds.

They are partially immune to certain venoms; they are immune to the very strong venom of the scorpions of the Kalahari, unlike humans. They have no excess body fat stores, so foraging for food is a daily need.

Meerkats forage in a group with one “sentry” on guard watching for predators while the others search for food. Sentry duty is usually approximately an hour long.

Baby meerkats do not start foraging for food until they are about 1 month old, and do so by following an older member of the group who acts as the pup’s tutor.The meerkat standing guard makes peeping sounds when all is well. If the meerkat spots danger, it barks loudly or whistles.

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baby, birds, cute, plants, spiders, meerkat, small, eggs, meerkats, pup, predators, snakes, mammals, lizards, babys, venoms, scorpions, millipedes, insectivores, centipedes

Comments

  • jdmphotography
    jdmphotographyabout 6 years ago

    :

  • Stephen Rowsell
    Stephen Rowsellabout 6 years ago

    hilarious shot jon, you can hear them pleading to go to the park to play.

  • Yool
    Yoolabout 6 years ago

    So funny…..great find

  • naturelover
    natureloverabout 6 years ago

    This is great- fantastic capture!

  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1about 6 years ago

    great capture!

  • Elaine  Manley
    Elaine Manleyabout 6 years ago

    LOL this is priceless! awesome capture

  • brirose55
    brirose55about 6 years ago

    l.o.l brilliant shot

  • Smile
    Smileabout 6 years ago

    Lol!!! This is brilliant, wonderful capture!

  • jdmphotography
    jdmphotographyabout 6 years ago

    :

  • KMorral
    KMorralabout 6 years ago

    Sweet! They seem to be trying to hold her back, clinging on to her tail like that! Great shot

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