Cusimanse Skull Replica measures 3.0 inches. Cusimanse Skull Replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast. Known as Flat-headed kusimanses

Little is known about the mating systems of Cusimanse or Flat-headed kusimanses. However there is much known about the mating systems of the closely related species, common kusimanses.

Common kusimanses show evidence of a hierarchical group system that is governed by kin relationships and typically contains a dominant breeding pair.

Copulation is typically initiated by males and includes clasping onto the female just anterior to the pelvic girdle with the forelimbs and the back of the neck with the mouth.

Female common kusimanses are polyestrous and appear to have litters year round. There is some evidence of induced ovulation. Litter sizes range from two to four young, and they have between two and three litters per year.

The gestation period ranges from 58 to 73 days and young are born fully-haired with eyes that remain closed until 12 days after parturition. The young are weaned after 23 days and reach sexual maturity at the age of 9 months.

Cusimanse or Flat-headed kusimanses are primarily diurnal, social, and elusive, like other Crossarchus species. They live in groups that range from 10 to 20 members and usually consist of two to three family units of mixed sexes.

Each family unit consists of a breeding pair and the young of the past two to three litters.

There is some evidence of territoriality and they are known to forage in packs that often consist of all of the members of the group.