The Life of Animals | Ferret | Ferrets have a long and Slender body covered with brown, black, white, or mixed fur Average length is 20 inches including a 5-inch tail. Average life span is 8 years Male ferrets are Called hobs female ferrets are Ferrets under one year old are known as kits. A group of ferrets is known as a "business or as a Historically fesnyng Most ferrets are either albinos, with white fur and pink eyes, or display the typical dark masked Sable coloration of wild Polecat Their Ancestors.

Color refers to the color of the ferret's guard hairs, Undercoat, eyes, and nose pattern refers to the concentration and distribution of color on the body, mask, and nose, as well as white markings on the head or feet present. The Sable (including chocolate and dark), Albino, Dark Eyed White (DEW), and the silver. All the other colors of a ferret are variations on one of these four categories.

Like many other carnivores, ferrets have scent glands near the anus Their, the secretions from the which are used in scent marking. It has been reported Recognize That ferrets can individuals from these anal gland secretions, as well as the sex of unfamiliar individuals. Ferrets may also use urine marking for sex and individual recognition. As with skunks, ferrets can release the anal gland secretions Their startled or scared, but the smell is much less potent and dissipates rapidly. Most pet ferrets in the U.S. are sold de-scented (anal glands removed).

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