Monday, December 22, 2008

Common Genet

Going to visit my family early tomorrow so the post tomorrow will probably be really late. Angel at work asked for an introduction to goth music that was kind of random. I will probably start with some Fields of Nephilim, as I know he likes Johnny Cash.

probably just cleaning and packing today

The common genet (Genetta genetta) is a civet-like carnivore that ranges from southern Europe through most of Africa. They are nocturnal and solitary, they prey on mostly small birds and mammals. Like cats they can purr and their other vocalizations are some what cat-like. They can also secrete musk when frightened, as well as puff up their fur along their back as a cat. They are not particularly threatened in the wild and are occasionally kept as exotic pets in Asia and North America. They can apparently be litterbox trained.

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