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==Anatomy==
Fossa males are 75–80 cm[[centimetre]]s (29–31  [[inch|in]]) long, plus a tail which is 70–90 cmcentimetres (27–35  in) long; they weigh 6–10 kg[[kilogram]]s (13–22 [[pound (mass)|lb]]). Females are 65–70 cmcentimetres (25–27  in) with a similar-sized tail; they weigh 5–7 kgkiograms (11–15  lb).
 
The Fossa is a very [[agility|agile]] animal. It can leap from tree to tree and display an agility similar to [[squirrel]]s. The Fossa is extremely cat-like in appearance and behaviour; it is often likened to the [[Clouded Leopard]], a similar-sized felid native to southeast Asia.
 
== Behavior and habitat ==
Recent observations indicate the Fossa may not be as [[nocturnal animal|nocturnal]] as was once thought. The rarity of this animal likely contributed to the belief that the Fossa is entirely nocturnal, but recent scientific study has found that it is active both during the day and at night, depending on season and prey availability.<ref>{{cite web | author = Pickrell, John | url = http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/06/0602_040602_fossa.html | title = Tracking the Fossa, Africa's Elusive Island Predator | work = [[National Geographic]] News | date = 2004-06-02 | accessdate = 2006-11-20}}</ref> One of the biomes hosting the Fossa is the [[Madagascar dry deciduous forests]]. The best place to see the Fossa is in the [[Kirindy Forest]], located about 70 km[[kilometre]] north of the city of [[Morondava]].
 
==Lifespan==
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