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Like other species of Galerella in southern Africa, the black mongoose has a broad diet, consuming adult, larval, and pupal Sarcophagid flies and other insects, as well as reptiles, birds, small mammals and fruits. They may sometimes scavenge meat but they prefer to eat the flies and larva found near the carcass. The black mongoose is mostly solitary, although occasional congregations may form, such as in the presence of an abundant food source like the flies found near the rotting carcass of a large animal. Although highly solitary, they are not usually aggressive towards other members of their species and are not known to be territorial. In fact, home ranges of males may overlap up to 100%. However, scent-marking seems to occur through marking with urine and rubbing of the throat and chest on rocks to deposit scent gland products. Individuals usually have multiple dens which they use sporadically but they do not share dens between individuals. Males have been known to form temporary hunting pairs, in which one individual flushes out prey for the other. Black mongoose are stalking predators that will sometimes pursue prey much larger than themselves such as rock hyraxes but more commonly they hunt birds, like guinea fowl and drongos, and rodents.