This lovely cute stoat will brighten up everyone’s day.
Wildlife is an endless supply of beautiful creatures. While there are many different points of view about which wild animal is the cutest, looking at the white weasel brings a smile. And this beautiful ermine will make your day brighter!
This gentleman managed to capture such a great shot on video while hiking through the forests of Michigan. A timid snow-white weasel poked its head out of the hollow of a tree to inspect the surroundings.
Even though the cute little creature was a little nervous in front of the camera, he couldn’t hide his impatience to see who was paying him a visit. And of course he wants to greet you!
While weasels are still a mysterious species to many people, the elusive creatures are distributed from southern Canada through the entire United States and Mexico, south across Central America and into northern South America.
They could weigh from 3 to 9 ounces (females are significantly smaller than males).
As for their length, it can vary from 14 to 28 inches from head to tail. In daylight, the weasel has dark black eyes, but in night light they become a bright emerald green.
Their large, sharp claws make them excellent swimmers. Long-tailed weasel, known as a solitary animal, except for the mating season, is active mainly at night.
However, it can also appear in daylight. Although they are incredibly cute animals, wildlife experts warn people to stay away from them.
Ermines are wild creatures, and their extremely sharp claws make them deadly animals.