Kusimanses in GURPS

Crossarchus sp.

Kusimanses are medium-sized mongooses from the swamps, forests, and jungles of central and western Africa. They use their claws and long snouts to forage through leaf litter, rotting wood, and under stones looking for small animals to eat. They live in groups of one to three families, each consisting of a mated pair and their young, which stay in touch with chirps, whistles, and growls. These mongooses are diurnal, and during they day they criss-cross their territories restlessly.

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