By Mary Fitzpatrick
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Nocturnal but often seen in the late afternoon and early morning. These little foxes eat mainly insects, especially termites, but also wild fruit and small vertebrates. They are monogamous, and are often seen in groups comprising a mated pair and offspring. Natural enemies include large birds of prey, spotted hyenas, caracals and larger cats. They will bravely attempt to rescue a family member caught by a predator by using distraction techniques and harassment, which extends to nipping larger enemies on the ankles.
Lesser bushbaby length 40cm; weight 150g to 200g. Distribution: Lightly wooded savanna to thickly forested areas; greater and lesser bushbabies occur throughout the region. Status: Common, but strictly nocturnal. The male vervet monkey has a distinctive bright-blue scrotum, an important signal of status in the troop. com VERVET MONKEY Cercopithecus aethiops Conspicuous inhabitants of the woodland-savanna, vervet monkeys are easily recognised by their grizzled grey hair and black face fringed with white.
Size: Shoulder height 35cm; length 75cm to 90cm, including 30cm tail; weight 3kg to 5kg. Distribution: Throughout the region. Status: Common, especially in national parks; mainly The huge ears of bat-eared foxes detect the faint sounds of invertebrates below ground, before they unearth them in a burst of frantic digging. PHOTO BY ARIADNE VAN ZANDBERGEN 64 W I L D L I F E G U I D E • • C a r n i v o re s Jackals scavenge from the kills of larger predators, but are also efficient hunters. com JACKAL Golden jackal (Canis aureus); black-backed jackal (C.
East Africa (Multi Country Guide) by Mary Fitzpatrick