Can meerkats talk?
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Hereof, what sounds meerkats make?
Meerkats purr to show contentment and attachment. They chatter when they're nervous, and they squeal when danger presents itself. Meerkats also use sounds to coordinate their hunting efforts.
Subsequently, question is, are meerkats dangerous to humans? Meerkats, being wild animals, make poor pets. They can be aggressive, especially toward guests, and may bite. They will scent-mark their owner and the house (their "territory").
Secondly, do meerkats like people?
But the meerkats are different. They're like people, and they're not. They live in burrows in cohesive family groups, up to about 40 animals, and they are among the most social of mammals. They groom each other, baby-sit the dominant female's pups, forage together, fight other groups in mortal combat.
Are meerkats mean?
Meerkats They've also become a somewhat trendy “pet,” but meerkats can be highly destructive and have a strong bite. In addition, they require socialization, stimulation and outdoor living, and should not be kept as a single pet in a home.