Browneyes was a wild meerkat from South Africa's Addo National Park. She became famous when her family, the Addo Mob, were selected to be featured in the 1996 documentary, Meerkats Divided. Given how long ago it was filmed, Browneyes is presumed to be deceased. It is unknown who her parents were, when her birthday was or what her fate was.
Browneyes was seen as the dominant female of her gang. When she was mentioned, Browneyes was heavily pregnant and had subordinate females grovelling at her feet. She was considered "the Queen" of the group, as she was an experienced leader with a vicious attitude. Early in the documentary, Browneyes gave birth to a healthy litter of pups but had to move them to a higher-ground burrow to avoid a potentially fatal flood. The next day, while the family were resting, Browneyes snuck away to mate with roving male, Bandit. Later on, her partner Enkozi failed to return from scent-marking duties. Browneyes called out for him, until he finally reappeared, injured, but alive.