European polecat, Welsh polecat (M. p. anglia)

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The European polecat (Mustela putorius) — also known as the black or forest polecat (as well as a host of other names) — is a species of mustelid native to western Eurasia and North Africa.

European Polecat (Mustela Putorius) Hunting Rabbit Which Is Jumping to Get Away Photographic Print by Edwin Giesbers at AllPosters.com

European Polecat (Mustela Putorius) Hunting Rabbit Which Is Jumping to Get Away

European Polecat (Mustela Putorius) Hunting Rabbit Which Is Jumping to Get Away Photographic Print by Edwin Giesbers at AllPosters.com

European Polecat | European Polecat – Mustela putorius - Ground Mammals

The European Polecat is a solitary night hunter. These animals are close relatives to skunks, and both can excrete an incredibly unpleasant scent from special

The largest member of the genus Mustela in Britain, the European polecat has a weasel-like slender body, short legs and a broad head. Distributed throughout much of Europe, but absent from Ireland, European polecats declined in the early 20th century, reaching their lowest ebb by the 1950s.

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European polecat videos, photos and facts - Mustela putorius

A young erythristic Welsh polecat at the British Wildlife Centre, Surrey, England

A young erythristic Welsh polecat at the British Wildlife Centre, Surrey, England

marbled polecat | European marbled polecat (Vormela peregusna)

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European polecat (Mustela putorius) — also known as the black or forest polecat - a species of mustelid native to western Eurasia and North Africa. It is of a generally dark brown colour, with a pale underbelly and a dark mask across the face.    Compared to minks and other weasels — also fellow members of the genus Mustela — the polecat has a shorter, more compact body, a more powerfully built skull and dentition, and is less agile.

European polecat (Mustela putorius) — also known as the black or forest polecat - a species of mustelid native to western Eurasia and North Africa. It is of a generally dark brown colour, with a pale underbelly and a dark mask across the face. Compared to minks and other weasels — also fellow members of the genus Mustela — the polecat has a shorter, more compact body, a more powerfully built skull and dentition, and is less agile.

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