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The '''weasel''' (''Mustela nivalis'') is a small carnivorous mammal, notable for its lack of chin. The term weasel is also sometimes used to describe the genus ''mustela'', which includes the [[polecat]], the [[ferret]] and the [[stoat]].
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The '''weasel''' is ''weasel''ly identified, whilst the '''stoat''' is ''stoat''ally different. Neither is ''ermin''t-flavoured
 
The '''weasel''' is ''weasel''ly identified, whilst the '''stoat''' is ''stoat''ally different. Neither is ''ermin''t-flavoured
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==See Also==
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*[[weasel (Maplet)|Weasel according to Maplet's ''A Greene Forest'']]
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Revision as of 23:29, 14 November 2005

The weasel (Mustela nivalis) is a small carnivorous mammal, notable for its lack of chin. The term weasel is also sometimes used to describe the genus mustela, which includes the polecat, the ferret and the stoat.

Joke

The weasel is weaselly identified, whilst the stoat is stoatally different. Neither is ermint-flavoured

See Also