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Viverra leakeyi
Named By: Petter in 1963
Time Period: Late Miocene to Pleistocene
Location: Ethiopia, Morocco, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania
Size: Estimated around 59 centimetres high at the shoulder, 40 kilograms in weight
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Partial remains of several individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Carnivora | Viverredae | Viverra |

Viverra leakeyi, also known as Leakey's civet or the giant civet, is an extinct species of civet. Its fossils have been found in Africa, from Langebaanweg, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and the Omo Valley.

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