Good morning instafriends! I give you a few seconds of this stoic little sentry meerkat. She’s on the the lookout for who knows what, a feeling I expect we can all relate to from time to time; or maybe she’s just holding out for the weekend! Anyway, the sun is shining here in Cambridgeshire and there’s a busy day to be getting on with. I hope the weather is being kind where you are. Have a great Friday! * * * * * #feelgoodfriday#happyfridayeveryone#haveagreatdayeveryone#itsfriday#thankgoditsfriday#happyfriday
How can you not love them? They are soo sweet! 😍😍😍 #meerkat#animallover#animals#nature#meerkats#meerkatgram#meerkatlove#meerkatlover#meerkatlife#usa#roadtrip#travelling#capturethemoment#canon#canonukraine#ukrainiantravelers
Meerkat🐾🐾 . Standing at only 30 cm (12 in.) tall, meerkats, also known as suricats, depend on each other to survive in the Kalahari Desert. They live in groups of 20-50 family members in large underground tunnels. These family groups, called gangs or mobs, are led by an alpha pair, with the female being the most dominant. Most of the group members are either children or siblings of the alpha pair. One of the most important roles a meerkat plays is that of the sentry, or watch guard. One meerkat will stand on its hind legs, propped up by its tail, and act as a lookout while the rest of the mob is outside looking for food and frolicking in the sun.