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Indian Mongoos e
Indian Mongoose description • Indian Mongoose weight is 5 pounds, head body length is 37 -48 cm. • It is mainly found in southern Asia. • The Indian Mongoose is a medium sized yellowish grey with a lighter underside with a dark tail
Where is it found? The Indian Mongoose is from India.
How did it get here? • The Indian Mongoose was bought over by people to try to control the rat population, in Hawaii and St. Croix.
Fun facts • Indian Mongoose predator is a jackal , snakes, big birds.
Why is it a problem • It’s a problem because they eat snakes so snakes will be extinct.
what's being done about it • The people are trapping them and moving them some ware ells
Fun facts • the Indian grey Mongoose is mainly active during the day.
Fun facts • When Mongoose are born they are blind.
Fun facts • A Indian Mongoose is slender. (skinny)
Fun facts • A Indian Mongoose lives over 20 years.
Fun facts • A baby Mongoose has to stay with it’s Mother for six months.
In summery The Indian Mongoose is eating a lot of snakes. The snakes will be extinct unless they stop. Its weight is 5 pounds, and the body length is 37 -48 centimeters. It is mainly found in southern Asia. The Indian Mongoose is medium sized and yellowish grey with a dark tip on its tail. The Indian Mongoose is from India but people brought them to an island called Hawaii. They brought them to kill rats but they didn’t kill rats instead they killed birds and small animals. Because of reproduction, there are more and more of them. It doesn’t have many enemies, but one of the enemies are big birds. In summary, if this keeps happening the snakes will become extinct.