Bridled Weasels Jigsaw Puzzle

Bridled Weasels
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In this new puzzle we feature to cute bridled weasels playing on a log. The bridled weasel (long-tailed weasel or big stoat) is distinct from the short-tailed weasel, also known as a "stoat". The long-tailed weasel is one of the larger members of the genus Mustela in North America. It lives in ground burrows, under stumps or beneath rock piles. It usually does not dig its own burrows, but commonly uses abandoned chipmunk holes. The long-tailed weasel is a fearless and aggressive hunter which may attack animals far larger than itself. Its primary prey consists of mice, rats, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, moles and rabbits. Occasionally, it may eat small birds, bird eggs, reptiles, amphibians, fish, earthworms and some insects. // Image Credit:

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