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Johnny spots some crazy stoats as they play when they think nobody’s watching! Funny free nature videos from BBC Worldwide.
Ferrets are domesticated while stoats are wild therefore it's best you don't keep one as a pet! Haha 😀 ferrets and stoats are both mustelids but its thought ferrets were domesticated from the European polecat or the steppe polecat but no one actually knows for sure. Ferrets are also useful for us humans and help us catch a few rabbits for us supper hahaha
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Does anyone else notice that the clouds don't move?
@loneHike lol i was thinking the exact same thing! i'm kinda bummed that something this cute could even be considered as evil!
whats the difference between a ferret and a stoat?
It's mice that are vermin, not stoats, since mice get into human homes and spoil the food there. Stoats stay outdoors. Stoats kill vermin like mice and rats.
Hurray for stoats! Lovely video, too!
@ShowmetheBlues You'd have to live somewhere where it's cold and snows a lot.
i want a pure white pet ermine
they can be little boogers as well though one attaced cats down my street but the cats won.
@redwallfan325 Yeah, really cute but they would tear the flesh off your hands if you tried to pet them 🙁
@doggoman Stoats do indeed rock!!!
Stoat males will enter nests of newborns whilst the mother is absent and mate with all the females in the litter. Their eggs are fertilised, but do not implant and complete development until the females have grown up and left the nest. This is a way of getting a head start on breeding for a small, vulnerable animal that often does not live very long.
Actually, most carnivores occasionally eat things other than meat. Stoats are no exception.
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