What Does a Fisher Cat Look like?


A Fisher cat is a medium-sized mustelid that has a splendour body that allows it to pursue prey in hollow trees and burrows. They have dark brown coats, with black tail and legs and some have a cream coloured patch on the chest. They have five toes on each foot. A fisher cat does not eat fish as the name suggests.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Mustelidae Genus: Martes Species: Martes pennanti
A solitary animal of dense forests, the Fisher is primarily nocturnal like most mustelids, but is sometimes abroad by day. A good climber and swimmer, it travels a home range of 50 to 150 square miles (130–400 sq km)... More »
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