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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mustelidae. This category contains articles about the mustelids - the Mustelidae family - i.e. the otters, ferrets, badgers and weasels.

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  2. Mustelidae - Wikipedia

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    The Mustelidae (/ mʌˈstɛlɪdiː /; from Latin mustela, weasel) are a family of carnivorous mammals, including weasels, badgers, otters, ferrets, martens, minks, and wolverines, among others. Mustelids (/ ˈmʌstɪlɪdz /) are a diverse group and form the largest family in the order Carnivora, suborder Caniformia.

    • Wolverine

      The wolverine (/ ˈ w ʊ l v ə r iː n /) (also spelled...

    • Variety

      Mustelids vary greatly in size and behaviour. The least...

    • Characteristics

      Within a large range of variation, the mustelids exhibit...

    • Ecology

      The fisher, tayra, and martens are partially arboreal, while...

    • Diversity

      The oldest known mustelid from North America is Corumictis...

    • Human uses

      Several mustelids, including the mink, the sable, and the...

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  4. List of mustelids - Wikipedia

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    Mustelidae is a family of mammals in the order Carnivora, which includes weasels, badgers, otters, ferrets, martens, minks, and wolverines, and many other extant and extinct genera. A member of this family is called a mustelid; Mustelidae is the largest family in Carnivora, and its extant species are divided into eight subfamilies.

    Common name
    Scientific name and subspecies
    Range
    Size and ecology
    M. africana Desmarest, 1818 Two ...
    Size: 41–52 cm (16–20 in) long, p ...
    M. strigidorsa Gray, 1855
    Parts of southeast Asia
    Size: 30–36 cm (12–14 in) long, p ...
    M. nigripes Audubon, 1851
    Three small areas in central United ...
    Size: 50–53 cm (20–21 in) long, p ...
    M. felipei Izor and Torre, 1978
    Small area of northwest South America
    Size: 32–39 cm (13–15 in) long, p ...
  5. Category:Mustelidae - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mustelidae. This category contains articles about the mustelids - the Mustelidae family - i.e. the otters, ferrets, badgers and weasels.

  6. Mustelidae - Wikipedia

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    The Mustelidae (frae Laitin mustela, weasel) are a faimily o carnivorous mammals, includin the otter, badger, weasel, marten, foumart, mink an wolverine.

  7. Weasel - Wikipedia

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    The family Mustelidae, or mustelids, (which also includes badgers, otters, and wolverines) is often referred to as the "weasel family". In the UK, the term "weasel" usually refers to the smallest species , the least weasel ( M. nivalis ), [1] the smallest carnivoran species.

  8. Mustelide - Wikipedia

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    Mustelidele (Mustelidae) reprezintă o familie de mamifere carnivore mici și mijlocii, cu corpul suplu, coada lungă și cu picioarele mici, a căror blană este prețioasă, din care fac parte dihorii, nevăstuicile, samurii și jderii. Alte animale din categoria mustelidelor: bursucii, herminele, vidrele.

  9. List of fictional musteloids - Wikipedia

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    The following list of fictional musteloidsis subsidiary to the list of fictional animals. This includes weasels, ferrets, minks, otters, martens, skunks, and red pandas. Fictional badgersare instead found within the list of fictional badgers. Fictional raccoonsare found in the list of fictional raccoons.

    Name
    Type
    Work
    Notes
    Buttercup
    Skunk
    One of Flower's daughters in the 1940s ...
    Croque-Monsieur
    Ferret
    The major antagonist of the series, who ...
    Les Croquillards
    Ferret / Stone marten
    The Croquillards are a ferret and stone ...
    Ferret
    The ferret antagonist.
  10. Mustelid - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    They are the family Mustelidae, in the order Carnivora. They are the largest family of mammals. They are diverse, from weasels who eat mice to wolverines that can kill prey much larger than themselves.

  11. Mustelinae - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mustelinae is a subfamily of family Mustelidae, which includes weasels, ferrets and minks. It was formerly defined in a paraphyletic manner to also include wolverines, martens, and many other mustelids, to the exclusion of the otters (Lutrinae).

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