STOAT ATTACKS A RABBIT! #lol #shortsvideo #epicfails #fails #stoat #rabbits

STOAT ATTACKS A RABBIT! #lol #shortsvideo #epicfails #fails #stoat #rabbits

The stoat is the small, but bold, predator of the Northern Hemisphere.”

Stoats may be small animals, but this doesn’t stop them from being energetic and ambitious predators across a wide geographic range that includes large swaths of North America, Europe, and Asia. They generally prefer temperate, cool, and cold climates and adapt to winter temperatures by donning a distinctive white coat, which has long been known by trappers as the luxurious “ermine” material. They also have high invasive potential when introduced to new environments and can decimate native populations of rodents, birds, and other species. The name stoat comes from an old Dutch word that means “bold” or “pushy,” which is an apt description for these aggressive carnivores.
4 Incredible Stoat Facts!

Changing fashion: Stoats are animals that shed their coats each year and may grow a pure white layer of fur, called ermine, to see them through the winter months.
Tiny invaders: Stoats are voracious and aggressive predators that can seriously damage new environments that they invade.
Delayed birth: Female stoats carry embryos in a form of stasis for almost an entire year before they begin gestation in the uterus.
Benefits of age: Older male stoats can control stretches of territory over 50 times bigger than younger males.
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