The Indian grey mongoose is a species of small carnivorous mammal found in the Indian subcontinent and parts of Southeast Asia. It has a grey-brown fur with a lighter-colored throat, and a long, bushy tail.

The Indian grey mongoose is a solitary and diurnal animal, and is known for its agility and speed. It feeds on a variety of prey, including rodents, insects, small reptiles, and birds.

The Indian grey mongoose is not considered to be endangered, although it may face threats from habitat loss and fragmentation due to deforestation and human activities. It is also sometimes hunted or captured for the pet trade. Conservation efforts, such as protecting natural habitats and regulating hunting and capturing practices, are important for the long-term survival of this species.