Zebra mongoose have adapted to a wide range of habitats, both grasslands, forest and mountain areas. The only places they do not exist in deserts and semiĆørkner. Zebra mongooses live in organized family groups of up to 40 individuals. In such groups maintained a hierarchy that depends on the individual's age and sex. Often organize a zebra mongoose group in an old termite and the whole group is helping to care for the kids. Is the group on foraging, remains an adult always know the kids. The flock is shared not only to take care of the kids but also takes care that the victim and the old. They warn them of danger, care for them and offer them food. If one in the group discovers a hazard warn the other with loud cries and it is not possible to escape, they make a circle where the youngest is in the middle. Can flock escape they make loud noises while so they do not lose contact with each other. Zebra mongooses are nomadic in the sense that they are rarely in a cave long period of time, rarely more than a few days or one week maximum. They are often in the same area and will often return to the preferred caves again and again. Zebra mongooses can in nature often observed in conjunction with hawks in their common search for food and looking for enemies.[Source]