Saturday, November 28, 2015

Black footed ferret

The black footed ferret, also known as the American polecat, black footed mink, or prairie dog hunter, is an endangered mustelid native to North America. The ferret is the size of a mink and differs from the European polecat, which is least concern. The name ferret has the name prairie dog hunter because they prey on prairie dogs. Fewer than 750 remain and they live in the US states of South Dakota, Arizona, and Wyoming. 2 prairie dog species are also endangered and they are the Utah and Mexican.

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