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Long-tailed weasel

I grew up in Montana. My husband was in Californian and Oklahoma. So the kinds of animals we are very familiar with are not always the same.  When we was talking about armadillos I was confused. I couldn’t figure out why he didn’t know anything about weasels. 

So it made me wonder if people here are familiar with weasels. If you belive that fact to be true thumbs up if you belive it to be false thumbs down.

Male long-tailed weasels are larger (13 to 16 inches in length; 6 to 16 ounces) than females (11 to 14 inches in length; 3 to 9 ounces). The tail is nearly half as long as the head and body combined and has a distinctive black tip.

  • Male long-tailed weasels are larger than females.

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  • Weasels are most active at night.

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  • The long-tailed weasel moults four times annually.

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  • They swim well and climb trees easily.

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  • The home ranges of long-tailed weasels can vary from 25 to 600 acres depending on food supplies.

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  • Long-tailed weasels eat mice, rats, voles, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, moles and rabbits.

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