The eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) is a small, relatively slender skunk found throughout the eastern United States and in small areas of Canada and Mexico. This small skunk is more weasel-like in body shape than the more familiar striped skunk. The eastern spotted skunk has four stripes on its back which are broken in pattern, giving it a "spotted" appearance. They have a white spot on their forehead. They are much more active than any other type of skunk. They have mostly the same predators as any other skunk (big cats, bobcats, owls, humans, etc.). Up to eight skunks may share an underground den in the winter. They can also climb and take shelter in trees.
- Skull is severely damage
- 2 broken clavicle and repaired
- Right foot is missing 2 metials and 2 tistals
- From Owner Jay Villemarette's private collection
- Skull Length 3.1cm (1.2in)
- Skull Width 3.2cm (1.3in)
- Skull Height 2.1cm (0.8in)