Weasel Interesting Facts and Features | Weasel Relationship with Humans | Where do Weasels live?

Weasel Interesting Facts and Features | Weasel Relationship with Humans | Where do Weasels live?
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Weasel Classification and Evolution
The Weasel is a small-sized carnivorous mammal that is found on every continent with the exception of Australia and its surrounding islands, along with the more hostile polar regions. There are numerous Weasel species that all vary in size, color, and slightly with their behaviors depending on where in the world they live. The Common Weasel (also known as the European Weasel and the Least Weasel) is the most widespread and can be found across much of the northern hemisphere. These tiny but vicious predators are the smallest carnivorous mammals in the world growing to no more than 6 inches from their nose to the tip of their tail. Weasels belong to the mustelid family of carnivores and are most closely related to similar species such as Stoats which are larger in size and have a black tip at the end of their brown tail. Although Weasels are fairly common animals throughout much of their natural range, populations in certain areas have been affected by habitat loss and they are often seen as pests by farmers.

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