Abstract

Fossil remains of small carnivores from Pakistan are referred to Herpestes, the common mongoose of Asia and Africa. The material belongs to three separate, but indeterminate species. The oldest specimen may be as old as 10 million years, while the youngest is about 7 million years. These specimens are the first fossil record for Herpestes in Asia and may be the earliest record of the genus.--Journal abstract.

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