Genetta genetta

The common genet (Genetta genetta), is a small viverrid indigenous to Africa that was introduced to southwestern Europe and the Balearic Islands.
In North Africa, common genets occur along the western Mediterranean coast, and in a broad band from Senegal and Mauritania in the west throughout the savannah zone south of the Sahara to Somalia and Tanzania in the east. On the Arabian Peninsula, they were recorded in coastal regions of Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Oman.
Genets are carnivores. Invertebrates and small rodents are their primary food, but they also eat reptiles, amphibians, birds and wild fruits.

Suricata suricatta

The meerkat or suricate (Suricata suricatta) is a small carnivoran belonging to the mongoose family (Herpestidae).
In captivity, meerkats have an average life span of 12–14 years, and about half this in the wild.
Meerkats live in all parts of the Kalahari Desert in Botswana, in much of the Namib Desert in Namibia and southwestern Angola, and in South Africa.
Meerkats are primarily insectivores, but also eat other animals (lizards, snakes, scorpions, spiders, eggs, small mammals, millipedes, centipedes and, more rarely, small birds), plants and fungi.


The Petaurus breviceps, also known as improperly "flying squirrels", is a small marsupiale of the Petauridae family. Its main feature is the ability to span long planar jumps thanks to the extensible membrane that connects the arts (patagus).
He lives in the forests of New Guinea (Indonesia), New Guinea and Australia
Its diet is mainly composed by fruit; Often integrates his diet with animal proteins by eating insects such as crickets and locusts