The American mink lives in forests and near lakes and streams in much of the United States and Canada. It spends much of its time hunting food in the water. It is rare to see the nocturnal mink in the wild. More »

Minks eat crayfish, frogs, ducks, mice, rabbits, fish, shrews and other small mammals. Their diet varies depending on the time of year and will change to fit the needs of the season. More »

Wolverines require large geographic areas to roam for food, and as such, often inhabit remote boreal forests, taiga and tundra in Northern Europe, Asia and North America. Wolverines may roam up to 15 miles a day looking ... More »

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River otters feed primarily on fish and are found in streams, wetlands, lakes and reservoirs and along the coast throughout the United States and Canada. They are skilled hunters and are opportunistic, also preying on sh... More »

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A typical moose wildlife area or habitat consists of a dense mixed forest with a forest tundra that includes conifers, alder and willows around bogs, streams, ponds and lakes. Because of their dense, insulating fur, moos... More »

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The long-beaked echidna lives in the highlands of New Guinea, and the short-beaked echidna lives mainly in New Guinea and Australia. The short-beaked echidna is also found in Tasmania, King Island, Flinders Island and Ka... More »

Animals that make their home in deciduous forests include white-tailed deer, bobcats, black bears, lynx and coyotes. The deciduous forest environment also provides a habitat for smaller creatures, such as owls, skunks, w... More »

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