HiggleDiggle was discovered in May 2014 when ex-dominant male of the Baobab, Al Capone, was discovered in a wild group. Within the group was a "mystery” habituated male meerkat whose ID chip had become unreadable. For all of 2014 the group was difficult to track due to the majority of the members being wild. By the end of the year tracking of the group was suspended.
The dominant pair was never determined due to difficulty in tracking the group and identifying meerkats.
Last Known Members
The HiggleDiggle had an unknown number of members as of November 2014.
Al Capone (VBBM001)
Unknown habituated male
+ Unknown number of meerkats.
The HiggleDiggle's rivals were unknown.