Where Do Ferrets Live?

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The ferret, especially the black-footed ferret lives in the wild in the plains of North American. It is the only ferret that dwells in its natural habitat and it prefers to live in prairie-dog burrows.
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New Zealand has the largest population of feral ferrets. They colonize with polecats, and hybridization is common. They were originally used to control the rabbit population, but
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Black footed ferrets live in prairie lands in the US. European polecat ferrets live in Europe.
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Black-footed ferrets live only on prairie dog towns in the Great Plains. They live in the
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Bats can be found all over the world. Bats are nocturnal creatures, so they spend most of their day hidden away. They prefer caves, tree crevices, and attics. You can find more information
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Some ferrets are domestic, some live in rough grassland. They usually eat small rodents and reptiles. When the females have a littler it is usually between 4 and 8 babies. You can find more information here: http://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/research/wildlifeecol/ferrets/biology.asp
Domesticated ferrets live in their homes. Although they do sometimes escape to live in the wild. That is one reason why they are banned in some areas as pets. Wild ferrets live on the outskirts of the forest, pasture, and grasslands.
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