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Cusimanses

Crossarchus obscurus

About the Cusimanses

Cusimansees are a species of mongoose and have a long body and tail covered in short brown fur.

Habitat and Distribution

Cusimansees are found in forests in West Africa.

Family Information

They live in large groups of up to 25 individuals; this will include smaller family groups with each having a breeding pair plus their offspring. They have two to four young, up to three times per year. The young can eat solid food when they are three weeks old.

Conservation Status: Common

Standard Membership

  • Entry to the park 362 days a year
  • Discounts in selected cafes & restaurants
  • Discounts on some VIP Experiences

Standard Membership is available for adults and children.
Gold Membership is available for children aged 2-12 years.

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