What is the difference between polecat and skunk?

Answer

A polecat is a mammal from the weasel family, often ferret-like. It comes from the genus Mustela or Vormela. It is carnivorous, which means it eats other animals. The skunk is a mammal from the genus Mephitis and is omnivorous, which means it eats both plants and animals.
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in Europe there is a mammal called a European polecat ferret. it is the ancestor of the domesticated ferret and is very similar and closely related to the American black footed ferret
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There is no difference between a skunk and a
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1. Observe the skunk's behavior. Male skunks tend to spend their time alone and avoid groups except during mating season in early spring. Females will travel with kittens and other
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The polecat has a natural range of as much as 6000 acres, which means that a nice roomy cage and some lap time in front of the TV just aren't going to cut it with your pet ferret.
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