| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||42 cms (16.5 inches)
||20 cms (7.9 inches)
||2.3 Kgs (5 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Liberian Mongoose have a body length of approximately 42 cms (16.5 inches), a tail length of approximately 20 cms (7.9 inches) and they weigh around 2.3 kgs (5 lbs).
They are dark brown in colour with dark and pale stripes on their neck and shoulders. They have a long, mobile snout, small teeth and long claws on their front feet.
Liberian Mongoose can be found in Liberia and their range possibly extends to the neighbouring countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea and the Ivory Coast. It is believed that they live in small groups.
Liberian Mongoose feed on earthworms, grubs, small vertebrates and eggs.
Very little is known about reproduction in the Liberian Mongoose.
Humans are predators of Liberian Mongoose.
There are no subspecies of the Liberian Mongoose.
Liberian Mongoose were first described in 1958.