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Jul-24-2007 @ 10:05 AM                           Permalink
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So it IS a MINK.

Just received this reply back:-
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HI Paul just received your email re the above.

Without doubt it is a feral north American mink (Mustela vison), It would be worthwhile passing on the sighting to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust as they are part of a control program for mink in the broads areas.



So will get in touch with NWT shortly.

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quote:"......
Without doubt it is a feral north American mink (Mustela vison), It would be worthwhile passing on the sighting to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust as they are part of a control program for mink in the broads areas
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What control program do they use is it the same by fashion houses? Exterminate  Wink

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Are we sure it's not a "Beaver"  Blush  Evil Grin   ???

And what about the chap that bought his wife a coat made of of hamsters?
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Oh! Good "Grif"

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So can one assume the Animal Rights lot that set these little blighters free,i remember reading it some years ago will now pay up front to help save the British Wildlife,that will be endangered.
Thought not.



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