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Cats Dogs Small Pets Other Animals Skip to main content. Cats• Dogs• Small Pets• Insects• Birds• Farm Animals• Fish• Reptiles, Rodents and Small Animals• Wildlife and Exotic Animals Differences Between Minks & Weasels A mink watches for prey on the riverbank. Hemera Technolo
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Amphibians Mammals Fishes Reptiles Birds Invertebrates More Galleries Videos Wallpapers A-Z Animals Contact Us search American Mink The American Mink is the cutest member of the weasel family. The name mink has been derived from a Swedish word ‘meank’. They are native to North America. Since they come from a wease
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Species ▼ Species groups All species Mammals Birds Reptiles Amphibians Fish Invertebrates - terrestrial Invertebrates - marine Plants and algae Fungi (including lichens) ▼ Conservation status Extinct Extinct in the Wild Critically Endangered Endangered Vulnerable &
There are two living species referred to as minks the American mink and the European mink . The extinct sea mink is related to the American mink, but was much larger. All three species are dark-colored, semiaquatic , carnivorous mammal s of the family Mustelidae , which also includes weasel s, otter s and ferrets . The