The origin of ferrets as a domestic animal is unclear; they belong to the weasel family and their closest wild relatives are the European polecat and the Steppe polecat found in Eastern European forests southwards into the Balkans and the Caucasus.
The first domesticated ferrets probably originated from captive breeding of wild polecats, which still exist in Europe and Asia.
Ferrets were first found in Eastern European forests. The ferret's ancestors likely were encouraged as residents around granaries.
Ferrets are a part of the weasel or polecat family. They are also used for hunting rabbits, but mainly as pets.
Ferrets have been domesticated as long as the dog and cat. They probably...
You can condition your ferret to respond to voice commands, like to come when...
Ferret it out means to search and discover through persistent investigation. !
Ferrets come from the Family Mustelidae. Ciao!
The wild black-footed ferret is indigenous to North America.
"Baby" shampoo intended for human babies can be used instead of ferret shampoo. !
The black-footed ferret is the only wild ferret in North America. They are found...
No they cannot crossbreed.
The ferret's skeletal system (notably the spine, sternum, wrists, and ankles) have...