Bourlon's Genet


Bourlon's Genet

Taxobox
name = Bourlon's Genet
regnum = Animalia
phylum = Chordata
classis = Mammalia
ordo = Carnivora
familia = Viverridae
subfamilia = Viverrinae
genus = "Genetta"
species = "G. bourloni"
binomial = "Genetta bourloni"
binomial_authority = Gaubert, 2003

The Bourlon's Genet is a new species of carnivore mammal found in the north-west coast of Africa. The populations are scattered and fragmented in their range.

References

* [http://www.lioncrusher.com/animal.asp?animal=228 Lioncrusher's Domain]


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