The American mink is native to North America but has been introduced to Europe and South America due to the global expansion of humans around the world. In Europe, minks are classified as an invasive species. They are carnivorous, eating rodents, fish, crustaceans, frogs, and birds. The fur of the American mink is denser, longer, and softer than the European mink.
- This skeleton is missing a coccyx
- Skull Length 6.6cm (2.6in)
- Skull Width 3.8cm (1.5in)
- Skull Height 3.1cm (1.2in)