Stoats use camera trap for playing


This video is about stoats near a camera trap in nature reserve De Onlanden in the Netherlands, on the border of Drenthe and Groningen provinces.

The animals like to play there, climbing on the camera trap and jumping off it, etc.

Stoats and related species in the Netherlands: here.

Starrevaart stoat photos: here.

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