Where Do Meerkat Live?

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Meerkats live exclusively in the range of the dry, desert plains of Southwestern Angola to Southern Africa. Meerkats are a type of Mongoose which will live up to 10 years in the wild and 15 years of age in captivity. They are relatively healthy animals but are prone to bovine tuberculosis and have been known to get rabies.
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Meerkat are small animals of the mongoose family, who are native exclusively to the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa. They live in extensive networks of burrows, tunnelling deep under the ground.
Meerkats live exclusively in certain portions of Africa, in the Savannah, which provides plenty of hot and dry weather, which is what meerkats need.
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The meerkat lives in southern Africa where it is mostly desert (Kalahari). Meerkats are a member of the mongoose family, but they eat more insects than a typical mongoose, who love
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Meerkats live inside underground burrows in the deserts of South Africa. Meerkats mostly, in the Kalahari desert, unless, in captivity. But, the first answer is also right. Meg2805
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Meerkats are native to South Africa.
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They will live in the wild up to 10 years. However, in captivity they can live to be 15 years of age. Source(s) http://www.meerkats.net/info.htm#Meerkat….
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