The Wolverine, Canada

20 elusive animals to spot around the world

The wolverine, with its stocky, muscular build, looks like a small bear. However, it's the largest member of the weasel family. The animal can be found in artic and sub artic regions in Canada, Northern Europe, Russia and Siberia. They are solitary creatures that live about 7 to 12 years in the wild.

Facts About Wolverines

Wolverines are the largest members of the weasel family. They look something like a mixture of a dog, a skunk and a bear.

wolverine cub  Photo and video credits: Skansen

For the first time in thirteen years, Skansen (aka the Stockholm Zoo) welcomed the pitter patter of little baby wolverine paws!

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Wolverines are members of the mustelid family (same family as otters, badgers, stoats etc.) and are known for being fearless. They will hunt prey much larger than themselves, and also steal prey from much larger predators.

Wolverine (by: ripster47)

A wolverine, This is probably my favorite picture ive taken thus far, i had never seen one before this and the pose was just perfect, beautiful animal, .

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