About 4cm long. Found on the lower slopes of Ben Lawyers NNR in habitat with small trees. Near Loch Tay.
No interactions present.
Could be pine marten but it could just as easily be fox. Both are usually longer and thinner with a 'tail' at one end, however, when they eat lots of berries, as here, it has a loosening effect on their bowels and they do smaller fatter droppings. Unfortunately the habitat does not help either.
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Lat/Lng: 56.49, -4.295
OS grid ref: NN587354