Fossas are the largest carnivores on the island of Madagascar, where they feed on a varieties of mammals, including lemurs. They typically hunt and live alone. Like most species on Madagascar, fossas are threatened by habitat loss.

Cryptoprocta ferox


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Like many carnivores, fossa sleep for many hours of each day, so our fossa is often seen napping. Check the shady spots on warmer days and the sunny patches on cooler days.

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