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  1. lostprophet

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    Stoat - Mustela erminea

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    awwww there so cute would make a nice scarf
     
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    HAHAHAHA!!!

    these are great, an no, they don't need to be scarfs.
     
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    Cute little nippers. You've gotta wonder why some animals (like mink etc) are raised for their 'coats', but stoats aren't. Maybe because "stoat coat" just doesn't have the same ring....
     
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    There are great is it wild or a pet?
     
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    neither, they were taken at a wildlife centre

    cheers
     
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    nice, them cuties again :)
     
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    Stoat #2 is my fav. Was this at the New Forest Owl and Otter sanctury, or is this another wildlife centre you've found that I now have to visit? Reminds me, I must post my otter pics from my visit, but I'm not sure if they belong in this forum or the bloopers and snapshots.

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    cheers, these were taken at The British Wildlife Centre
    Have been to The New Forest Owl & Otter sanctuary but found it a bit hard for photography, spent most of the day shooting into the sun when I was there
     
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    These cute little tings turn white in the winter. Have you ever heard of ERMINE? the white fur on judges dress robes? Wild stoats were/are trapped in winter for their white coats.:thumbdown:


    By the way great captures #1 and #4 are spot on :thumbup:
     
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    Excellent stuff man.
     
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    Cool - didn't know that stoats are also known as ermine. That might just come in handy in a trivia contest someday. :greenpbl:
     

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