Marbled polecat are almost extinct. But 3 of them were viewed. See where they live

Marbled polecat are almost extinct. But 3 of them were viewed. See where they live

These small mammals live in steppe and desert habitats in Europe, Asia and the Middle East but many of these areas are steadily being converted to farmland.Along with loss of habitat, the overuse of rodenticide has been killing not only these animals but also their prey.


Three variegated marbled polecat, which are between 29 and 38 cm in length and are about to be extinct, were displayed Kayseri Sultan Sazlığı National Park in Turkey.


Nature Conservation and National Parks (DKMP) teams, which continue their hunting protection and control activities, in this context, Kayseri Sultan Sazlığı National Park, the high risk of extinction pied martens as a community viewed.


The images shared by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 3-person pied marten community took part. This marbled polecat displayed in Kayseri surprised those who saw it.


What are the marbled polecat (Vormela peregusna) ?: The marbled polecat are included in the ‘red list’, called the ‘sensitive category’, created by the World Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN).


Living areas ranging from Europe to North China Region marbled polecat, Thrace, Turkey, Black Sea, lives in Eastern Anatolia and Central Anatolia.


Where do they live ?: Marbled polecats, usually living in tree caverns, can also live in tunnels dug under the ground. The visualization of the Pied Marten in the Sultan Sazlığı National Park, which is especially in the foreground with its bird species, shows how rich the biodiversity of the national park is.

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