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The crab-eating mongoose (Herpestes urva) is a species of mongoose native to the bulk of Southeast Asia, including parts of China and India. They are generally a taupe color with white tips on most of the hair, and distinct white stripes running down the neck from the cheeks. They are rather dependent on water within their habitats where they catch the bulk of their prey: fish, frogs, rodents, snails, reptiles, birds, and, of course, crabs. As a result, they are excellent swimmers.

The crab-eating mongoose (Herpestes urva) is a species of mongoose native to the bulk of Southeast Asia, including parts of China and India. They are generally a taupe color with white tips on most of the hair, and distinct white stripes running down the neck from the cheeks. They are rather dependent on water within their habitats where they catch the bulk of their prey: fish, frogs, rodents, snails, reptiles, birds, and, of course, crabs. As a result, they are excellent swimmers.

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