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The Martens constitute the genus Martes, are slender, agile animals, adapted to living in taigas, and are found in coniferous and northern deciduous forests across the northern hemisphere. They have bushy tails, and large paws with partially retractible claws. The fur varies from yellowish to dark brown, depending on the species, and, in many cases, is valued by fur trappers. Pine Marten

The Martens constitute the genus Martes, are slender, agile animals, adapted to living in taigas, and are found in coniferous and northern deciduous forests across the northern hemisphere. They have bushy tails, and large paws with partially retractible claws. The fur varies from yellowish to dark brown, depending on the species, and, in many cases, is valued by fur trappers. Pine Marten

Stoat * by: (Neptuno Photography)   Also known as the short-tailed weasel, is a species native to Eurasia and North America, distinguished from the least weasel by its larger size and longer tail with a prominent black tip.  The name ermine is often but not always used for the animal in its pure white winter coat, or the fur thereof.  It is nominated among the 100 "world's worst invasive species".

Stoat * by: (Neptuno Photography) Also known as the short-tailed weasel, is a species native to Eurasia and North America, distinguished from the least weasel by its larger size and longer tail with a prominent black tip. The name ermine is often but not always used for the animal in its pure white winter coat, or the fur thereof. It is nominated among the 100 "world's worst invasive species".

Long-eared jerboa: This tiny rodent was first caught on film in 2007. They live in parts of China and Mongolia, and it's believed that their ears help them cool off in the desert.

Long-eared jerboa: This tiny rodent was first caught on film in 2007. They live in parts of China and Mongolia, and it's believed that their ears help them cool off in the desert.

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