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Mustela erminea (Ermine) is a species of mammals in the family Mustelidae. They are associated with freshwater habitat. They are native to Hungary, Canada, Poland, The Nearctic, Macedonia, Montenegro, Denmark, Latvia, Georgia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Russia, The Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Germany, the Palearctic, United States, Bulgaria, Nepal, United Kingdom, Serbia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Japan, North Korea, Switzerland, Norway, Isle Of Man, Sweden, Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Guernsey, Ukraine, Slovenia, France, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Albania, Ireland, Croatia, Belgium, Jersey, Finland, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Romania, and Austria. They are solitary, crepuscular carnivores. Individuals are known to live for 85.23 months and can grow to 215.65 mm. Reproduction is viviparous. They have parental care (female provides care). They rely on arboreal (locomotion) and running to move around.

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Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of ermine. View this species on GBIF