Minks do not migrate
Minks do, indeed, have a tail
No. White minks are only a domestic color phase of the mink, and, minks are not endangered.
Minks are carnivores.
Thousands. Minks are not endangered.
Yes. Minks are killed by predators for food and humans hunt minks to extinction for their fur and meat. Minks are also endangered because of habitat loss
are minks a good pet NOOOO
do people eat minks
Minks can be 2 to 3 feet tall. that is huge.
yes minks have very sharp teeth and claws
Minks are mammals, which means they procreate through sexual intercourse.
Minks make their dens in trees rocks logs and underground.
Minks are solitary and territorial animals, they are only together at mating season
In the wild, minks are solitary and territorial animals.
55 minks to make one coat
Throughout the European part of Russia, including in the south. There are a lot of minks at the mouth of the of the Don river, because they (minks) are tied to fisheries resources. Perhaps there are minks in Kamchatka.
Yes, foxes do eat minks. The fox is one of the main predators of the mink.
yes, kits would be plural for baby minks
Wilfried Minks was born on February 21, 1930, in Binai, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia.
well the minks are endangered species and a lot of people tried to catch this animal to sell so not all minks are dead in America only very few are left