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This is one of four Alaska animals to turn white in the winter. Can you see the change starting? (The neck and belly don’t count; they’re always white.)
This animal changes names along with its fur: In summer it’s a weasel; in winter it’s an ermine. Hmm. I think I’d like a seasonal name-change, please. You can call me Princess Penelope this winter.
Okay, name the other three Alaska animals that turn white in winter.
Did you note the little bugger’s feet? What does he think he is–a lab puppy? Why aren’t they called snowshoe weasels?
Oh…so heav…y…can hardly…lift…my…foot.
Actually, these things dash around like flies on speed that are late, late, late for very important dates. We were shocked and impressed that any of these shots came out.
Pretend he’s got a bolt painted on his side. He’s getting ready to deliver his crime-stopping super-bark.