Sable

Where can I see the Sable

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Neil Bowman
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The Sable is a mammal from the family of Mustelidae. They are found in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Sable is a member of the weasel family and has black fur with a white muzzle and bib. They are about 18-25 inches long and weigh 2-6 pounds. Males are larger than females. They live in forests and brushy areas near water. They eat small mammals, birds, eggs, insects, and fruit. Sables mate for life and both parents care for the young.

The Sable is a beautiful animal that makes an excellent addition to any forest or brushy area near water. They are fascinating animals that have many interesting adaptations that allow them to survive in their environments.

Animal population
Unknown
Population
IUCN Classification
Least Concern (LC)
IUCN Classification
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Geeky Facts about the Sable

Fact 1

Sables use their sense of smell and hearing to hunt for small prey.

Fact 2

Sable is an agile climber, but it spends most of its life on the ground.

Fact 3

When weather conditions are exteme, it stores prey inside its den to sustain itself until it can hunt again

Tours where I can see the Sable

Mongolia
Mongolia

Mongolia

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Mongolia
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Tour Type
Small group
Activity level
Activity Level
5 - Challenging

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