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adult long-tailed weasel
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adult long-tailed weaseleats meadow voles, deer mice, chipmunks, pocket gophers, ground squirrels, pikas, prairie dogs, cottontail rabbits, wood rats, red squirrels, harvest mice, house mice, Norway rats, roof rats, shrews, least weasels, birds, chickens, insects, snakes, berrieshas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
has breeding season July and Augusthas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
has colour cinnamon brown above and buff coloured below in summer, white in winter, black tipped tailhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
has length 196-362 mmhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
has part long, black-tipped tail that is half the length of its bodyhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
is eaten by foxes, coyotes, wolves, domestic cats and dogshas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
is sexually inactive during the winterhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
is a kind of long-tailed weaselhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
moults during October to December, and February to April caused by changing length of daylighthas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
seldom meets other adult long-tailed weasels except during the breeding seasonhas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
weighs 72-267 ghas source: Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. University of Toronto Press., 2000-10-27 10:25:54.0
long-tailed weaselhas distribution southern Canada2000-10-27 10:26:36.0
has habitat open grassland, aspen parklands, river bottom lands2000-10-27 10:26:36.0
has name in French belette longue queue2000-10-27 10:26:36.0
has scientific name Mustela frenata2000-10-27 10:26:36.0
weaselhas Family name Family Mustelidae2000-10-27 10:26:56.0
carnivorehas Order name Order Carnivora2000-10-27 10:26:23.0
is carnivorous or omnivorous2000-10-27 10:26:23.0
mammalis warm-blooded2000-10-27 10:26:37.0
may catch rabies2000-10-27 10:26:37.0

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