Like other weasels, the Long-tailed was once thought to be strictly nocturnal, but in fact is often out by day, since voles, a primary food item, are mainly diurnal. The most widespread carnivore in the Western Hemisphere, it preys...
The long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata), also known as the bridled weasel or big
stoat is a species of mustelid distributed from southern Canada throughout all ...
The long-tailed weasel has a small head with long whiskers, a long body and
neck and short legs. Its tail has a black tip. It has brown fur on the upper part of its
Long-tailed weasels have a long slender body and head. Their long bodies and
flexible backs allow them to enter the burrows of rodents and other animals that ...
Ounce for ounce, the long-tailed weasel ranks as one of nature's most relentless
and ferocious predators.
Description: The long-tailed weasel resembles the ermine but has a longer tail,
9.5-16 cm (3.6-6.3 in) in length and greater than 44 percent of the head-body ...
Learn more about the Long-tailed weasel - with amazing Long-tailed weasel
photos and facts on ARKive.
Some long-tailed weasels are nearly all white in the winter time. Imagine a furry
white snowball running around, that's the long-tailed weasel. This helps them ...
Main Characteristics Long-Tailed Weasels have a body length between 28 and
42 cms (11 - 16.5 inches), a tail length between 11 and 29 cms (4.3 - 11.4 ...
Descriptions and articles about the Long-tailed Weasel, scientifically known as
Mustela frenata in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary...