Predatory Kunih families photo and description, detachment and clan of the Kunah family

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The Kunih family includes about 55 species of ferrets, badgers, martens, otters, wolverines and other animals. Kuny is carnivorous, live in land and water areas around the world, with the exception of Australia, Antarctica and most oceanic islands. Many of them, such as mink, are caught or grown to get skins.

Males are larger than females, among some species, males are almost twice as much. The elongated body does not keep warm as well as the stocky body of the same weight and, therefore, Kunih has high metabolism, so they are inquisitive, are in constant search for prey.

Japanese marten

Nilgiri marten

Forest marten

Stone marten

American marten

Mink

European mink

American mink

Ermine

Laska

African affection

Patagon affection

North African affection

Longtailed affection

Yellowblown affection

Small affection

Whitelegged affection

Colombian affection

Sable

Badger

Other representatives of predatory kunih

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American badger

Burmese ferret badger

Chinese ferry badger

Pork badger

Steppe ferret

Black ferry ferret

Forest ferret

Otter

Spotted otter

Sumatran otter

Smoothhaired otter

Giant otter

Canadian otter

Sea otter

Indian otter

South American otter

River otter

Eastern nolean otter

African nolegged otter

Cathed out

Wolverine

Dressing

Kalan

Striped Skuns

Spotted Skuns

Patagon Skuns

Belonosa Skuns

Great Grizon

Small Gribson

Tyra

Zorilla

Harza

Ilka

Columns

Soldering

Television

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