What is a weasel's habitat?
Weasels are small mammals that are part of the Mustela Genus. They can grow to weigh about 12 ounces and range in length from 4 to 12 inches. They have slender bodies and short legs and live, on average between 3 and 5 years.
Answer and Explanation:
Weasels live in grasslands, forests, moors, woodlands, and fields. Thus, they live in various terrestrial habitats based on where they live throughout the world. They are located in various regions in Africa, North America, Europe, New Zealand, and Asia. For instance, the short-tailed weasel is found in North America, while the mountain weasel is found in mountainous regions throughout Asia.
In these habitats, they shelter in grasses and leaves and areas around trees or in burrows. As well, these animals are carnivores, the smallest in the world, so their habitat will depend on where there's enough food. They feast on animals like rats, frogs, and birds. They are adept at helping to control rodent populations in areas.
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fromChapter 4 / Lesson 343
Come learn about weasels. They are small animals, but good hunters, and are found in many places around the world. This lesson will teach you about weasels, where they live, what they eat and other cool facts.