The Nilgiri Marten lives in the Western Ghats, India. It eats small mammals, birds, fruits and insects.
-the Nilgiri Marten is vulnerable on the Iucn red list of threatened species and is harmed by hunting for its fur
-the Nilgiri Marten was found in 1851 by Thomas Horsfield
-the Nilgiri Marten's habitat is deciduous forests in india (deciduous is trees that have their leaves shed at the end of the growing season)
-the Nilgiri Marten is related to other small carnivorous mammals like the Fisher, Pine marten, American Marten, Japanese Marten, Yellow-throated marten, Stone Marten and Sable.