Information about the Long-Tailed Field or Wood Mouse:
The Long-Tailed Weasel, also called the Bridled Weasel or Stoat (in Europe) is one of the larger members of the Mustelidae family. It is common throughout much of the North American continent, including Central America and some parts of South America. These animals are formidable predators, feeding on a variety of animals such as mice and other rodents, shrews, squirrels, and even rabbits - which are often larger than the weasel itself. It makes a lightening quick attack, usually biting the prey on the back of the head or neck. It will also feed on eggs, amphibians, reptiles and insects. For smaller prey, the entire animal is consumed and bones and hair are expelled, whereas larger prey only the meat is consumed The eyes of the Long-Tailed Weasel are black in daylight, but glow bright emerald green when caught in a spotlight at night.
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