Come one, come all! Visit this post for all of your otter, ferret, weasel, badger, marten and wolverine needs!
So endeth the Monday Mustelid series! I started writing about mustelids in December 2014, and today I present to you the last one on the list! Don’t worry, a new series will begin next week. I’ll post a complete series round-up later.
Welcome, dear folks, to the penultimate edition of Monday Mustelid!
You’d better pay attention to today’s mustelid, bub.
Marvel at the only extant mustelid species in the genus Eira!
April showers bring May mustelids!
Monday Mustelid is back, folks, and with only six more editions after this week. You will have learned ALL THE MUSTELIDS! I feel confident that this knowledge will serve you well day-to-day.
Gather ‘round, folks, and I’ll tell you a tale of young mythbri. It was the late 1990s and I had picked up my brother’s copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, and was puzzled when I reached a part where Hagrid offers Harry, Ron and Hermione “stoat sandwiches.” For you see, I grew up and still live in the…
Steppe on over if you want to learn about a new mustelid!
Three otter species in a row! Truly, we are in a magnificent section of the mustelid alphabet.
One of the most endangered species of otter!
Can you believe that this mustelid still hasn’t won an Oscar?
It’s been a busy time for me lately, which forced me to slack off on my animal posts. But I’m back today with our next mustelid!
I’ve been waiting until it was time to post this one!
Tis Monday, which means that it’s time for some fluff.
Ground control to Major Tom. We have mustelids.
Happy New Year, ODeck! Time for your regularly-scheduled animals! Just FYI, I started the Monday Mustelid series at the beginning of December 2014, and I will be finishing up the series in the spring. We’ve still got some good ones to cover!
One of the things I like best about the Star Wars universe is how many cool creatures are in it. But Earth has its fair share, too.
The holiday and pre-Star Wars season can be hectic. Take a breather. Read about otters!
You know what people need after Thanksgiving? Mustelids.