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The Natural History of Weasels and Stoats
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1: Weaselly distinguished, stoatally different 2: Hair trigger mouse traps with teeth 3: Molt and winter whitening 4: Body size 5: Food 6: Hunting behavior 7: The impact of predation by weasels on populations of natural prey 8: Adjustable living spaces 9: Reproduction 10: Populations: density and breeding success 11: Populations: survival and mortality 12: Human attitudes to weasels in their native environments 13: Stoats as introduced pests in New Zealand 14: Puzzles: sexual dimorphism, delayed implantation and co-existence among weasel species Conclusion

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The emphasis of this new edition has moved from a British to a N. American flavour with much to say about the booming populations of mustelids in New Zealand; still an excellent natural history book for the British ecologist. British Ecological Society 2008 This is some of the best current natural history writing. Highland News

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