A civet /ˈsɪvᵻt/ is a small, lithe-bodied, mostly nocturnal mammal native to
tropical Asia and Africa, especially the tropical forests. The term civet applies to
Nov 19, 2012 ... The civets are almost exclusively fed coffee berries, which they then excrete. This
image was taken on a civet farm just outside Surabaya, ...
African Civet. The official name of this family is "Viverridae" but that is a bit of a
mouthful so we are going to stick with "civets and relations" since the civets are ...
he civet cat is a small mammal which belongs to the Viverridae family. In
Indonesia these animals are known as Luwaks. Palm civet cats have a body
length of ...
African Civet Classification and EvolutionThe African Civet is a large species of
Civet found across sub-Saharan Africa. The African Civet is the only remaining ...
Oct 2, 2013 ... The costliest coffee on earth has a humble proletarian beginning. As folklore has
it, civet coffee, or kopi luwak in Indonesian, was discovered by ...
Feb 14, 2012 ... Civet, also called civet cat, any of a number of long-bodied, short-legged
carnivores of the family Viverridae. There are about 15 to 20 species, ...
Also known as the common palm civet, the Asian palm civet lives throughout the
jungles of Asia. This animal is also called a toddy cat, but it's not a cat.
We are frequently asked about civet 'cats,' genet 'cats' or other animals that are
not actually members of the Felidae (Cat) Family. Fossa of Madagascar.
Sep 21, 2013 ... Confined to tiny, filthy cages and suffering from skin infections, this is how farmers
are treating Asian civet cats which produce one of the most ...