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polecat

n. a mean and deceitful person, usually male. (see also skunk, stinker.) Tell that polecat I want to talk to him.
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And there are lots of unusual animals to meet including squirrel monkeys, lemurs, ostriches, red deer, porcupines, polecats, chipmunks and owls.
As well as snakes, we have got several polecats and ferrets.
From the rugged mountain tops down to the beautiful and dramatic coastline, Simon and the team undertake some seemingly impossible challenges - successfully tracking down polecats and some leatherback turtles, the heaviest marine reptiles in the world.
If poison can't be used, send a few ferrets and polecats down the holes, they might shift them.
Twenty (20) tower Polecats with on-board air compressors will also be added to Big Boulder's present snowmaking arsenal.
The three women, called the Pink Lady PoleCats, are all in their 20s and are the first females to attempt the Polar challenge, which involves hauling sledges in temperatures down to -40C.
On stage it's like seeing four polecats in a bag, except the sounds ain't hissin' and screamin', just down right rockin'.
The area's wildlife will include creatures from polecats and watervoles (left) to all kinds of freshwater fish.
Mr McCulloch said he was shot when he and his pal, Brian Lucas, 21, stumbled across the outbuildings as they looked for chicken wire and straw for their pet polecats.
Likewise, in point of accuracy, the famous crafty talking cats of fable turn out to be house-ferrets or polecats, apparently as common to Greek hearths as mongooses are in households of India.
THREE baby polecats have been rescued by the RSPCA at three separate locations in West Wales.
Music Molly Gene One Whoaman Band, The Ten Foot Polecats, 8 p.
The Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT) has launched a national survey to find out how far polecats have spread across Britain.