Baby stoat!! Stoats, also known as Ermine and Short-Tailed Weasels, are members of the Mustelid family (ferrets, skunks, badgers, wolverines, minks, weasels). Theyre native to the colder regions of North America and Asia.
Wolverine What comes to mind when you think of a wolverine? A ferocious wolf-like animal? In reality, these creatures are members of the weasel family, more akin to the river otter. Unlike the movie superhero that bears the same name, the wolverine does not have retractable metal claws. It does, however, have semitretractable claws, but these are most often used for digging and climbing, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services. Photo: Michiel van Nimwegen/flickr
Rare wolverine footage. Wolverines are camera-shy but a filmmaker waited them out in the wilds of Northern Alberta. Watch CBC News Video by clicking through image. Also, watch video at 1080p resolution on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImFnNhQpTg4
Figure 2.1.1. Wildlife overpass (known as the Wolverine Overpass) across the Trans Canada Highway, in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Picture taken approximately 2000, three years after passages were installed. As time progresses, the vegetation on the overpass will grow to resemble the nearby forest. Passage is 50 m wide, 70 m long.