The ferret is a small, carnivorous mammal that is native to Europe and parts of northern Africa. They are highly social and active animals that are known for their playful and curious nature. Ferrets have been domesticated for thousands of years and were originally kept for hunting small prey, such as rabbits and rodents. Today, they are kept as popular household pets, known for their affectionate and entertaining personalities. Ferrets have long, slender bodies and short legs that are well-adapted for moving quickly and nimbly through tight spaces. They also have powerful jaws and sharp teeth that are used for grasping and biting their prey.
- Naturally missing and worn teeth
- Skull Length 6.6 cm (2.6 in.)
- Skull Width 4 cm (1.6 in.)
- Skull Height 2.9 cm (1.1 in.)