A stoat is a relentless hunter and will stop at nothing to catch its squirrel.
Whether he’s fifty feet up a tree or climbing through an attic, this short-tailed weasel does not stop pursuing this squirrel for his lunch.
This little mammal is sometimes called a stoat, weasel, or especially in its winter-white color phase, an ermine. It can live in different climates and is found throughout North America and Eurasia.
Despite its diminutive size, it is a dynamite hunter, preferring to feast on rabbits, rats, and squirrels.
Did you see how far that little bugger fell out of that tree? It sure didn’t stop him from chasing the squirrel right up to and out of the attic.