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Black Footed Ferret

Black Footed Ferret

Introduction

Head-Body Length:38-45 cm
Weight:.9-1 kg
Identification:The black-footed ferret has a yellowish coat. Its facial mask, tail tip, and feet are dark.
Habitat:Prairies
Diet:Carnivore: prairie dogs
Reproduction:Females give birth to 3-5 young in June after a gestation period of 42-45 days.
Ferrets live solitary lives except during the breeding season.
Behavior:Black-footed ferrets are active at night.
Status:Endangered
Interesting Facts:This species is extinct in the wild due to the decrease of prairie dog populations, their main food source, by poisoning, hunting, etc

Geographic:North America Date: 1958 – 1988 Subjects: Black-footed ferret
Mustela
Mustelidae
Carnivora
Mammals
Vertebrates
Chordata
Predatory animals

KEY FACTS

Name Black-footed ferret, Mustela nigripes
Origin North America
Size 38-45 cm
Litter Size 3-5 youngs
Life span the wild is 1-3 years, and 4-6 years for ferrets in captivity
Reproduction Females give birth to 3-5 young in June after a gestation period of 42-45 days
Weight 9-1 kg
Colors They are slender, wiry animals with a black facemask, black feet and a black-tipped tail. The rest of their body is short and sleek, with fur that is a yellow-buff color, lighter on the belly and nearly white on the forehead, muzzle and throat

description of Black Footed Ferret

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Carnivora
Family – Mustelidae
Genus – Mustela
Genus SpeciesMustela nigripes

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