they are the smallest predators in the world and excellent mouse hunters.
They kill their prey with a single bite on the neck.
A weasel, therefore, has a significant effect on the mouse population in an area. Females are particularly effective when they raise their usually six to nine young.
Such a family can eat up to 800 mice a year!
The mouse weasel, which is 20 centimeters long on average, is on the Red List of Endangered Species.
They used to be kept on farms as mouse hunters. Today they still serve as fur suppliers because of their white winter fur.
We have to do something for these animals.
Have a good night, Venus