Stoats Climbing Like Ninjas | Discover Wildlife | Robert E Fuller

Did you know that stoats have incredible climbing skills? Watch this one scale a four metre high tree to investigate an owl nest box, then drop down the sheer interior walls like a Ninja.

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Stoat skills

These animals can reverse their back legs to climb backwards – uphill! Members of the weasel family, stoats are so small and elusive not much is known about them . And yet they possess incredible superpowers – including whiskers on their tails that help them reverse out of tiny spaces, enormous brains for their size, and the ability to swim.
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Bill and Bandita the stoat

This particular stoat was born this year. Named Bill, he is one of a litter born to Bandita who became famous after she featured on a BBC Natural World documentary about Weasels. You can read more about her here: /


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