What Is a Meerkats Habitat?

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A Meerkats Habitat is a grass lined burrow in the Kalahari Desert. Meerkats are a member of the mongoose family. They are about 12 inches long, slender and approximately 0.9 kg in weight. Meerkats often share their burrows with ground squirrels and yellow mongoose.
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